Tips to Simplify the Sale of your Home

Weichert Realtors
February 17, 2013

Selling your home quickly and at the price you are asking is every homeowner’s dream.

While this may not always be possible, there are steps you can take to ensure your home sale is much less complicated. The real estate market may seem like it is complicated and ever-changing, there are several constants to keep in mind when embarking on the home selling process.

Be certain to consider the following rules of thumb when your home is on the market:

  • Tidy Up. Be sure that your home is neat and tidy before potential buyers arrive. Give your home a once over and make sure that nothing is getting in the way of buyers being able to see how well loved and cared for your home is. Dirty or cluttered homes typically turn buyers off quickly, and the extra time you put into cleaning up will be well worth it.
  • Hit the Road. Never remain at home during showings or Open Houses. Your goal is to get buyers to explore your home, perhaps lingering to imagine the possibility of living there themselves. You being there could make them uncomfortable, leading to a shorter visit. For sure, you will be curious, but it’s easy enough to get any feedback from your real estate agent right after the showing.
  • Price to Sell. Often the key to how quickly a home sells is directly related to its price. It is extremely important to set a realistic, competitive price that will attract buyer attention. Your real estate agent can provide you with pricing recommendations based on local market conditions and sales of comparable properties.
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