Five Things No One Tells You About Selling Your Home
Your Closets Should Be Mostly Empty
Every potential buyer is looking for storage. Appeal to buyers by decluttering your closets, or even putting some of your storage into an off-site storage unit while your home is on the market. Make sure the things you do leave behind is organized and spotless.
Web Appeal Is The New Curb Appeal
Buyers would most likely look at your home online first before they show up at your house, so that means your home needs to look its absolute best when the listing photos are taken. It is important to include the homes beat features in the online listing like the fireplace, deck, finished basement, hot tub, etc.
The First Two Weeks Are The Most Important For Sellers
Home receive four times the traffic in the first two weeks after listing. Think about the eager buyer who will see your home just listed and it offers them a fair price right away.
Your Need To Be Ready To Show At Any Time
Buyers can sometime drop everything they are doing to come see your home the minute it comes across their screen. In that case you must always have your home clean. Clean in between meals, before you head to work, even if you run out to the store for a couple minutes.
Be Ready to Sweeten The Deal
If your home isn’t as modern or as nice as the home down the road you might have to sweeten the pot by paying closing cost, buying a home warranty for buyers, or even just getting a pre-sale home inspection so buyers are confident in your home abilities to sell.