Whether you’ve already found your next place, or you’re just testing the waters, selling a home can be a major financial and emotional undertaking.
However, in this guide, you’ll see how to prepare your home in order to make a sale at the best price and least amount of time possible.
When your needs change, oftentimes, the place you call home must adjust to your needs as well.
You may relocate to a new job, prefer a new school district for your children, choose a larger home to accommodate an expanding) family, or perhaps you would even like a smaller home after the children have left the nest.
Maybe you’ve decided to trade a suburban lifestyle for an urban one because you’d like to be closer to the city area? Or perhaps an urban lifestyle for a suburban one because you enjoy being around nature and some peace and quiet? Last but not least, maybe you’re finally ready to enjoy your retirement lifestyle.
Once you’ve identified a reason, and you’re motivated, it’s always the right time to sell.
Now that you’re ready, it’s helpful to be aware of the following factors that Buyers consider and what draws them to your home:
Neighborhood, schools, transportation, and other location-related factors are imperative to buyer; however, this is the one factor that you cannot change.
While you can’t do much about location, you can perfect the rest of the attributes below with the right know-how and a few small investments.
Price is the bottom line, particularly for first-time Buyers. Getting it right the first time will ensure a solid offer (or several offers) without turning anyone away.
Whether it’s replacing the roof or painting the walls, a little home improvement can go a long way.
Use staging, photography, and a strategic marketing approach to find and attract the right Buyers.
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