Selling your home is the biggest investment you have. Here are some great tips from professionals to help you set your home up for a successful sale!
Price to Sell
- Everyone wants the get the most they can from their home. My goal as your agent is just that. In my profession I have access to sales history and a forecast to the future sales in your neighborhood. It is my job to know what your home will sell for. It is important to begin there. A home that is over prices, will get stale and old. This will result in less net proceeds than if it had been priced right to begin with.
- The condition of the property is important as well. If you know something needs fixed you should correct it before putting the home on the market.
- Curb Appeal is so important. What the Buyer sees when they step out of the car is their 1st impression of your home. It needs to be the best!
Step in the Front Door
- Once inside your home they need to be able to see the home. Clean and Sparkle Sells! You might have too much furniture, too many pictures. You want the buyers to imagine their furniture in your home. You might as well start packing now or maybe even get a storage unit for the time you are on the market.
Kitchen Sparkle and Shine
- Clean off the kitchen counters, less is better. Nothing screams not enough storage like a cluttered kitchen counter. Straighten up your pantry, nothing on the refrigerator, clean and no odors.
- Bedrooms need to have space, beds made, closets organized. Less is better.
Backyard Important too
- Backyard needs to be inviting and clean. This is the extension of your home that gives out door comfort and enjoyment. Help them to picture themselves enjoying your home in this way. Put tools away, trim and clean up any messy shrubs.
Staging is an important part to net the maximum for your home. As your professional Realtor it is my job to help you know what Your home needs to sell quickly and top of the market.
You can reach me anytime to discuss your home and your goals. Listening is my first step in helping you!