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Personally meet with Bill either at his office or Bill will visit your home and answer your real estate questions.  Bill will be pleased to review the marketing he will provide to give maximum exposure for your real estate. Just contact Bill using his contact form located on his "Contact Bill" page. 
10 Critical Services


1. Bill provides professional research to determine current market Property value.

2. Bill will provide a complete list of full market & internet exposure.       

3. Guidance in preparation of state & federal regulatory property disclosures ensuring accurate facts.

4. Screening and qualifying buyers.

5. Negotiations conducted using a 30+ year experienced professional.

6. Following through financing process & working with appraisers

7. Insuring contractual process is followed and insuring critical dates are completed.

8. Supervision of inspection process with advice for resolution of any results from inspections.

9. Management of the title & closing process.

10. Assist in securing insurance meeting with lender and or buyer requirements.



Step #1-Choose Your Agent: Determine the Real Estate firm you desire to represent your property.  Many sellers have chosen the real estate firm that suggested the highest price for the property.  Bill knows your choice of a real estate firm should be based upon the services offered, not the suggested value of the property.  The market determines the value of real estate, not the real estate company.  

Step #2-Market Analysis: After you have chosen the real estate firm you believe will best serve your needs,  Bill, with over 30 years in representing sellers, will provide a detailed  “Market Analysis” of your property.

Step #3-Offering Price: Review the Market Analysis with  Bill and decide upon  the “Offering Price.”   In some rare instances the values the seller expects to receive and the value the real estate professional believes the property will sell for may be very different.  Bill will explain in detail the reasons for the differences and it may be that a full  appraisal should be  done on the property to help resolve the question of value.

Step #4-The Paper Work:  After deciding upon the Sale Price, formally listing the property is in order.  This requires the signature of all those who have an interest in the property which may be not just those on the deed.  Without exception- three forms are required by the New Hampshire Real Estate Commission- (1) Agency Relationship Disclosure (2)  the Listing Agreement (3) Seller Property Disclosure.

Step #5-Continuous Up-dates: “List them and leave them” unfortunately is the result after many firms list a property.  Having sold 4 homes before becoming a real estate professional, Bill experienced this first hand. From the moment Bill entered the real estate profession he made a promise to himself to report to the property owner the accurate results of all showings and marketing efforts as soon as possible and to remain available to the client.