When you’re getting ready to sell your home, there’s probably a lot of things going through your mind. You’ll want to get the most return on your investment. You hope to sell in a timely manner. You are probably also busy making plans for where you’re moving next. Below, you’ll find some things to think about before you even put a “For Sale” sign out front:
Research Agents’ Marketing Strategies
Most homebuyers start their home search online. If people don’t like what they see on a screen, they certainly aren’t going to waste their time going to the property in person. This means that your home is going to need pictures to help it sell. Some agents even create short videos of properties and neighborhoods to help buyers get a better feel for the area. You can work with your agent to make sure that these things are done. Be a proactive seller! You might even be able to make a video of your home on your own.
Post Your Listing On Social Media
Pretty much everyone is on social media and checks the sites frequently. Even if none of your first degree connections are searching for a home, someone may have a prospect for you who would be the perfect candidate to purchase your home. Sharing is definitely caring in this case!
Your neighbors are probably some of your social media connections as well. It’s nice for the people who live in the neighborhood to know that you’re moving so that they can “choose” a new neighbor in the event that they know someone who is looking to buy a home.
Part With Some Of Your Stuff
Buyers will be more attracted to your home if they get some benefits with it. Consider leaving some of your things behind when you’re selling a house. Any item including your washer and dryer to your plasma TV to your kitchen table can make a difference in how well your home sells.
Focus On Staging
You should stage both the interior and the exterior of your home to give a great first impression for home showings. The exterior of your home should present immaculate landscaping. If any paint touch-ups can be made quickly, you should do that as well. Show potential buyers the way that your home presents the maximum amount of enjoyment. If you’re able keep the furniture displayed inside of the home, show potential buyers your best set up. People will get a better idea of things like where the couch will go, and how their own kitchen table will fit in the dining area when the home is well staged.
Price The Home Reasonably
It’s important that you and your agent work together to know the market. Your home should be priced competitively along with others in the neighborhood. You don’t want to give the home away, but one of the worst things that you can do when selling your home is to out-price yourself. Research is key when it comes to pricing your home appropriately.
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