Montgomery County, MD

Montgomery County, MD Real Estate & Homes for Sale

Montgomery County is a county in the U.S. state of Maryland. As of the 2010 census, the population was 971,777, and a 2014 estimate put the population at 1,030,447. It is the most populous county in Maryland. The county seat and largest municipality is Rockville, although the census-designated place of Germantown is the most populous place.

Montgomery County is included in the Washington–Arlington–Alexandria, DC–VA–MD–WV Metropolitan Statistical Area. Most of the county’s residents live in unincorporated locales, of which the most built up are Silver Spring, and Bethesda, though the incorporated cities of Rockville and Gaithersburg are also large population centers as are many smaller but significant places.

As one of the most affluent counties in the United States, it also has the highest percentage (29.2%) of residents over 25 years of age who hold post-graduate degrees. In 2011, it was ranked by Forbes as the 10th richest in the United States, with a median household income of $92,213.

Montgomery County, like other inter Washington, D.C. suburban counties, contain many major U.S. government offices, scientific research and learning centers, and business campuses, which provide a significant amount of revenue for the county.

Montgomery is Maryland’s most populous and most affluent county. The county is home to over 200 biotech companies and industry leaders such as Human Genome Sciences and MedImmune. Nineteen federal agencies have made Montgomery County their home including: National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Standards and Technology, and the Food and Drug Administration. In 2011, it was ranked by Forbes as the 10th richest in the United States, with a median household income of $92,213.

The County also offers beautiful parks and trails, high-end boutiques for shopping enthusiasts and excellent venues for the arts and entertainment.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD REAL ESTATE & HOMES FOR SALE – Montgomery County, Maryland Real Estate

Selling your home in Montgomery County, MD is easy with Next Day Home Sales.

We List. You Profit. Next Day Home Sales® is a full service residential real estate brokerage that specializes in listing and selling homes with integrity. As our name implies, Next Day Home Sales® is seller focused and serious about selling homes and getting your home sold at or above list price by generating the most interest in our exclusive listings and your home among more Multiple Listing Service (MLS) real estate brokers, buyer’s agents and their homebuyer clients in the market.

Our listings are “the buzz among buyer’s agents™”

Higher buyer’s agent commission splits just plain works: We pride our listings on being “the buzz among buyer’s agents™” and on being able to generate the maximum number of “asking price” offers or higher on your property in the shortest period of time to get you the right results, not just any result, to meet your home selling needs anytime of the year you choose to sell your home, 7 days a week – 365 days a year.

That’s why Next Day Home Sales® offers the most competitive commission splits to buyer’s agents and their brokerages nationwide. The result – when buyer’s agents and other real estate brokerages compete to aggressively sell our MLS listings and your home, you win!

Once we enter your property listing into the MLS, we actively market your listing to the widest possible homebuyer audience thru our network access to over300,000real estate professionals (including top luxury buyer specialists and other High-End Brokers) to generate the maximum number of “asking price” offers or higher on your single-family home, townhome, condominium, investment property, or luxury home in the shortest period of time to get your home sold fortop dollar anytime of the year, whether you’re in a buyer’s market, a seller’s market, a short-sale market, or a foreclosure market.

Additional benefits you can get when you list your home with Next Day Home Sales®:

  • Avoid the dilemma of whether you should work with just one REALTOR® to sell your house and to help buy another, or whether you should split the transaction between two impartial REALTORS®.
  • Avoid any potential conflict of interests of dual agency that generally accompany working with traditional real estate brokerages and real estate companies, such as:
    • Will my agent advise me as impartially and thoroughly when acting as a dual agent?
    • Will the opportunity to earn both the “listing” and “selling” sides of the commission split tempt my agent to coerce a deal with me I might not otherwise accept?
    • Will my listing agent negotiate the highest and best price for me if his/her brokerage is also negotiating the lowest and best terms for the buyer?
    • Will my agent inhibit access to my listing by other agents with buyers by engaging in aggressive intra-company marketing and selling tactics?
  • Avoid worrying whether photos have to be “perfect” to make your home stand out among comparable properties in your local market among buyer’s agents.
  • Avoid the necessity of staging your home.
  • Avoid seller anxiety and the need to put your home in pristine, buyer-friendly condition or “move-in” ready selling condition prior to listing; and feel more confident selling “as is”.
  • Avoid the common necessity of haggling over minor items that could cost you the sale. Ex. Many first-time buyers ask for sellers to help with closing costs, with a higher buyer’s agent commission, buyer’s agents can offer to help their own clients close the deal, or help their own clients cover the costs of minor repairs.
  • Avoid atypical contingencies that go beyond the norm which can delay or kill an offer.
  • Avoid Open houses. Having to vacate your home for unexpected or last-minute visitors can play havoc with you and your family’s lives, especially around mealtimes. Having to avoid cooking entirely so that your kitchen is always pristine and your home never “smells” can get costly for you while your home is listed by traditional real estate brokerages and real estate companies.
  • Avoid excessive unqualified buyers being shown your home; higher buyer’s agent commissions help to ensure buyer’s agents work with prospective buyers who have been pre-qualified for loans.
  • Avoid increased buyer’s remorse with a motivated buyer’s agent helping to market and aggressively sell your home.
  • Avoid the possibility of having to take your home off the market and start over with a new agent and your home being perceived by buyers as flawed or overpriced.

Our Seller Loyalty is TRULY Undivided
: While most “traditional” real estate brokerages with both listing and buyer’s agents, arguably primarily focus on aggressively internally marketing their own company listings to their limited pool of homebuyer clients first; a lucrative traditional real estate brokerage practice commonly referred to in the real estate industry as an “agent friendly closing”(presumably to collect both the “listing” and “selling” sides of the commission),Next Day Home Sales® is a real estate brokerage that only represents sellers and truly believes in maximum market exposure of our seller’s listings and in leveraging the true marketing power among the largest number of nationwide MLS brokers, buyer’s agents and their homebuyers for all our listings which is evidenced by our fair and honest commission splits in favor of other real estate brokerages and their buyer’s agents (since we don’t have any buyer’s agents) to get you – the seller, top dollar for your home any time of the year!

When a Next Day Home Sales® real estate broker lists and sells your home, our primary goal is maximum market exposure of your property listing to the most qualified home buyers in the local market and getting your home sold within your timeframe (whether you’re in a hurry or not) at or above list price; not collecting the maximum allowable commission or fees like most traditional full service or discount flat fee real estate brokerages that pressure their buyer’s agents at sales meetings to aggressively “internally market” and show their own company listings to their homebuyers first; commonly referred to as an “agent friendly closing” within a traditional real estate brokerage (presumably to collect both the listing and selling sides of the commission), and then persuade their sellers to accept a lower than ideal offer to make a quick sale whether it’s actually in their seller’s best interests or not. This common “limiting marketing technique” by traditional real estate companies who engage in representation of both buyers and sellers in the same real estate transaction (commonly referred to as “dual agency”), arguably serves to maximize a traditional brokerage’s profits and not their seller’s profits.

We believe you can only truly effectively serve one client’s best interest at a time. That’s why we only represent sellers, 365 days a year.