Selling In A Snap
Selling your home can be stressful but there is one thing you can do to stand out from the competition. CLEAN! Believe it or not but a spotless home gives off that move-in ready feel making your home much more desirable to buyers.
First impressions are everything so ensuring that your home looks its absolute best when buyers stop by to see it in-person is crucial. An easy way to do that is to hire a professional interior designer to stage your home!
These days most homebuyers are finding their new homes online, which means one thing. The pictures of your home need to spectacular. Pictures give potential home buyers the first glimpse of your home and it’s where they ultimately decide whether or not they want to see your home in person. So getting professional pictures taken of your home is crucial to it selling fast and for top dollar.
Coming up with the right price for your home can be the most difficult part of the selling process. If the price is too high your home can sit on the market, too low and you will be leaving money on the table.
Home Value Reports & Fair Pricing
No one wants their home sitting on the market for months with little to no showings. However, there are a couple of things you can do to prevent that from happening. The first thing you should consider is getting a Home Value Report done by a Realtor, that way you will know what “fair market value” for your home is.
Unusual Home Features
Did you know that there may be a feature in your home that is keeping in from selling? Don’t worry there are things that you can do to sell your home in a snap!
The Importance of Proper Staging
Selling your home in a snap can be difficult but did you know that having your home professionally staged typically means your home will sell 87% faster than a non-staged home?
The 5-Year Rule
Normally, when you buy a home the plan is to stay in for years to come, but there are certain circumstances that pop up that can change your plans. So, if you’re asking yourself “how soon can I sell this place?” There is one rule about selling that you shouldn’t break.
When Is A Good time To Sell?
One of the most asked questions we get is: “when is a good time to sell?” Well, that honestly depends on your particular situation, however, in a seller’s market you have the potential to make some serious coin.
Nothing can drive the value of your home down faster than a bad neighborhood. Here is how to spot the downward spiral and how to get out of it.
When Is The Best Time To Sell
One of the most common questions we get asked by sellers is: “When is a good time to sell me house?” And, the truth is, anytime you’re ready to sell is a good time.
How To Get Your Home Ready To Sell
Getting your home ready to sell is a crucial part of the selling process/ Especially since you want to highlight all the best features and get any minor problems fixed before putting your home on the market!
How Do I Figure Out The Value of My House?
If you’re looking to sell your home the most important question that has probably popped into your head is “how much is my home worth?” There are several ways to get an answer to this question but there is only one correct way.
What’s the difference between the “list price” and “sales price”?
When you’re in the market to buy a home, especially if this is your first home, all the Real Estate lingo can get kind of confusing. List price and Sales price, for example, are completely different but both express the price of the home. So, what’s the difference?
Should I price my home high so I have some wiggle room?
Pricing a home high with a little bit of negotiating room or “wiggle room” is ideal if you are selling your home, but it’s not always the best strategy when listing your home for sale. There are several factors to consider when coming up with the list price of your home and pricing high is not always the best option, but it is best to talk with your Realtor to get a better insight into the current Real Estate market.
What kinds of things do I have to disclose when I sell my house?
Disclosing problems that you’ve had in past or problems that you currently have in your home, can be scary. However, it’s important to disclose anything you know about your home that may affect its value.