For Sale By Owner

For Sale By Owner Program

If you are trying to sell your home the For Sale By Owner style,
congratulations on making the decision to do so.Many people decide this is a fantastic option for many reasons,
and I always respect an individual’s decision that fits their needs the best.With my For Sale By Owner program, I can offer a select number
of services to assist you in achieving your goal, and at the same time,
standing out from the crowd of most For Sale By Owners.

With a free, no pressure whatsoever consultation,
I offer homeowners a few services to make this as easy as possible.

These services include:

*Free neighborhood activity report to assist in pricing your home to sell fast to make you the most money.
*Personal Property Website
*Virtual Tour- tour links provided to homeowner to make it seamless to send to interest parties
for home pictures and tour.  No more attaching picture after picture to your email to interested parties.
*Internet Link to make a very attractive Craigslist ad. This makes posting to craigslist, and other sites easy
without  re-typing all of the property details over and over.
*Personal referral to my network of Real Estate attorneys to handle the seller documents for you.
YES, you will still need an attorney!!!
*Ensure you have proper documents that will be required to go hand in hand with your purchase agreement.

My goal is to assist you with your decision to sell your home on your own.As mentioned people have many different reasons as to why this is the best way for them, however, there are
many FREE ways I offer to help.  Absolutely FREE!!!Call Today for your Free ( NO PRESSURE WHATSOEVER) consultation!



The Virginia Beach Checklist – Arts Entertainment

Well, it is here!! The kick off to summer and all of our family trips, vacations, cookouts, and more.

As a resident of Richmond, and Hampton Roads myself, I found this article very true for anyone looking to hit Virginia Beach area this summer.

Hope it helps, and happy travels to you and your family!!!

The Virginia Beach Checklist – Arts Entertainment.

Why Teamwork Equals Success

As a company, and team that absolutely believes teamwork is a crucial factor in success, I found this article to be a true example of being supportive for all.  Whether its people we speak with everyday, our business partners, or agents we are having a transaction with, nothing is accomplished without all working together for that common goal!  

This article is from

Leadership Matters…Or, The Beauty of the Senior Point Guard…

Scott Day, the VCU associate athletics director for communications, calls me a lot. I have questions, and he is the guy with the answers. Obviously, every now and again we dive outside specific information sharing and swap stories of what’s interesting around college basketball, and the Ram Nation.

Two phone calls this year are different from the rest.

In mid-January, Scott called around 10:30pm, after the ESPN: the Magazine photographers had left. They were here to conduct the photoshoot for that article, and they had asked for the five starters and Briante Weber. As the photographers were finishing up individual shots, Scott related that he and Darius were sitting alone on the bench.

“Did you enjoy it?” asked Day.

Without hesitation nor forethought, Theus’s response was “yeah it was fun, but I just wish it could’ve been the whole team. We’re nothing without everyone together.”

Fast-forward to Saturday evening, just after the semifinals win over UMass. Day called late that night to relate another story.

CBS wanted to get some photographs and video of the team. It was to assemble those shots and video you see on television as the network cuts out to commercials, and when it comes back and surrounds game statistics and such with players. They are the photos and video where the players are walking through smoke or striking a pose. The producers asked for the five starters for their shots.

As they were assembling the team, coaches, and agenda, Theus pulled Day aside:

“Scott, it’s all of us or none of us.”


So the call goes out to get everyone out of the locker room, into their black uniforms, and upstairs to the photo shoot. You can imagine the havoc, but Theus won’t budge. Everyone.

There’s more.

The shoot begins, and with 13 players as opposed to five, inevitably things are dragging a bit. The producers begin picking up the pace and pressure to finish up so everyone can get out of there. But Theus again won’t budge.

You see, it was important to Theus that CBS include Torey Burston–the VCU walk on who gives effort every day alongside the scholarship athletes–in the individual shots. The implication was clear. It wasall of them or none of them.

Theus wanted to make sure that every single player who puts on a VCU uniform and gives the spirit that Shaka Smart talks about from the bench was part of this moment. To Theus, it was about the team, not scholarship status.

There’s talk and there’s action. And there’s the feeling of pride when a 22-year old kid humbles you. That’s what Darius Theus has become–a leader.