Explore the many ways we are making unique impressions in California. The idea that finding the best Real Estate agent in your area should not be difficult. Our dedication to helping customers only with the best agents. In today’s challenging Real Estate environment, working with a Top Real Estate agent is more important than ever.

At Cardona Realty and Emporium Financial Group INC we work with our teams devoted specifically to showing, and finding the best home at the right price to meet our clients needs.

Looking to list a property? Contact Angela & Tulio Cardona, owners of Cardona Realty and Emporium Financial Group in our website by browsing our directory, or submitting the seller form.

Our responsibility with the clients is providing the best information; you need to know about sell your property:

When you choose Cardona Realty, funded by Angela Cardona  and Tulio Cardona brokers, we will represent you and have a fiduciary responsibility to look out for your best interests. We negotiate a listing agreement, include term, commision In this case is 1.5 commission. Incredible!


Tips to get the most money for your home.

  • Is important prepare your home for sale by cleaning, decluttering and improving curb appeal. 
  • Hire a professional stager to stage your home or ask us for help in staging.
  • Make necessary  repairs before selling.
  • Protect your privacy while your home is on the market.
  • A seller’s biggest mistake is to overprice.
  • Price your home in line with sold homes identified in a comparative market analysis report. That we provide to you at no cost.
  • Price according to the market temperature, hot, cold or neutral.
  • Post internet listing online. We saturate the internet with photographs and description of your home to help market your home.
  • You’ve got only one chance and sometimes only 3 seconds to make a good first impression.
  • Prepare for an open house and use the approach sparingly.
  • Ask for buyer feedback so you can adjust your price, condition or marketing campaigns accordingly.
  • If you receive a lowball offer, negotiate by issuing a counter offer. Don’t ignore offers.
  • Check for kickout clause or first right of refusal if the buyer’s offer is contingent on selling a home.
  • Consider making a counter offer contingent on buying a home, if that is your situation.
  • If you are priced right, prepare yourself for multiple offers.Clean the house the day before the appraiser arrives.
  • If you receive a low appraisal, ask us about alternatives.
  • If the buyer decides to cancel the contract based on an appraisal, ask us about your rights.
  • Get ready for the home inspector.
  • Ask us to provide you a home inspection checklist so you know which items an inspector will want to see.
  • Expect that the inspector will want access to attic and basement; prepare those areas for inspection.
  • Prepare as well for the final walk-through inspection.
  • All homes in the US are subject to lead-based paint disclosures.
  • If you are aware of material facts, disclose them.
  • Your title company should provide CC&Rs, but if you belong to a homeowner association, additional documentation will be required.
  • Ordinarily, sellers do not need to accept a buyer’s request for repair; however, buyers can generally then cancel.
  • You are entitled to a copy of the home inspection report, if the buyers request repairs.
  • If you do not choose to make repairs, a buyer might instead accept a closing cost credit.