Selling your home quickly and for the highest amount can be a daunting task. You need a Realtor who will invest a great deal of energy with you and your home. You need a Realtor who will assist you making the right choices to sell and market your home. Here are some ways that you may unwillingly be hurting the sale of your home.
Sometimes a short-notice will be given when a prospective buyer wishes to see your home. Some buyers may be able to look beyond toys laying around and dishes in the sink, and clothing tossed about, but it won’t leave a positive impression on your home.
Make day-by-day cleaning a thing. A quick 30 minutes wipe down of your kitchen and baths will go a long way. Donate any clothing, toys, or household items you no longer need. This will also make packing up for your move a bit easier too!
You’re There for the Open House
Buyers will feel more comfortable knowing that they can envision living in your home. It’s difficult to do so when the current homeowners are present and buyers may feel rushed to get out of the house as quickly as possible.
You’re Waiting for the Perfect Offer
Every seller dreams of an all-cash, no contingency, asking price offer. Sure it can happen, but the perfect offer may not happen. Instead, weigh the offers presented to you and accept an offer that is reasonable.
If you attempt to stretch the limits too far, you may wind up pushing away potential buyers.