Get The Most Money For Your Home
- FREE SELLERS REPORT -
“How To Sell Your Home For The Most Money The Market Will Pay, And On Your Terms!”
The advice and tips covered in the report will show you everything you need to know - from creating urgency to preparing your home for showings.
It is not enough to just throw a for sale sign in front of your yard. Successful sales go to those who are prepared. While many Real Estate Agents do the work to get you in front of buyers, the homeowner should have due diligence in getting things prepped for potential showings. Below are some tips on how to do so.
Price Your Home Right From The Start
Make sure you list your home for the right price from the beginning. If your listing sits without much activity it could hurt your chances of getting a buyer. It may even spark a low ball offer that doesn't make sense. This is why it is important to list with an agent who will base your price on market data.
Make Sure Your Home Has Curb Appeal
This could mean adding new sod, planting flowers, painting the front door or replacing the mailbox. Prospective buyers form an opinion the moment they spot the home. Curb appeal is everything,” Jason Gelios says. “Driving into the driveway and walking into that front door sets the expectations.”
Depersonalize Your Home
This could mean taking down pictures of you and the family or any other item(s) that represent you to a potential buyer. When a buyer walks into there potential dream home, they want an easy time visualizing themselves in the home. Anything that hinders that could annoy the buyer forcing them to move on to the next listing.
Take Great Pictures
One of the most important tasks is to take a lot of great pictures. Often times potential buyers will search online before they even agree to see your home. Great photos could increase your chances of having showings. This will also increase your chances of an offer because buyers will be more serious after viewing more images of your property.
Neighborhood what you desire?
Is the home by a school? Is it in a kid friendly neighborhood? Share this info with your listing and maybe even some images or video of the neighboring streets to give buyers a feel for the listing. Again, be different and generous on the information you share about the home and area.
Be Flexible When Showing Your Home
Buyers want flexibility from sellers. They want to see the home on there time frame. This means if you are not flexible in allowing buyers to view your home, you will miss out on a potential offer. Always be ready. This means you will be cleaning your home daily if needed to be ready for buyers. Flexibility is key.
Remove Your Pets If Possible
Make sure pets are removed from the home when you are showing a home. This also includes dog leashes, toys, and any other items that relate to the pets. This will help the buyer(s) visualize the home better.
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