Spring selling can be competitive, some homes get many offers when priced within reason, on the other hand homes at high prices aren’t being sold at all.
There are three crucial points of selling your home.
These 5 tips will surely help you up your home selling game as the market kicks off this Spring, keeping our 3 selling points in mind.
1.) Curb Appeal
Outside presentation is a must. It is time to bring in lots of colors and light. Some tips to started are to wash your front door or give it a fresh coat of paint, trim the bushes, clean the windows, open your shades and drapes, and finally lay down some mulch to have a better garden presentation.
2.) Have Spacious Rooms
It is time to box up winter. Keep all heavy coats, gloves, hats, etc. boxed up and stored somewhere unseen. Clean up your closet of things that aren’t in immediate use, this will help it appear bigger. This also goes for your rooms, clean up all clutter and let the light in! Sight and smell also help you here. It is not a bad idea to dedicate a breezy spring day to air out your home.
3.) Pre-Inspection Repairs
Most of the time inspections reveal things that may need some work done. To avoid this delay and cut your costs of repairs, have your own inspection done before you even list your home to be sold. Or if you know of some things that could use some fixing, get to it! This can also help your selling price.
4.) Price It Right
Make sure your price is reasonable. Compare your home to similar homes that have sold recently. If you price it too low, buyers may assume something is wrong with the home. However if you price it too high, it won’t look good for you if you have to lower the price.
5.) Friendly Advertising
When you list your home, good pictures are everything. But doing your part to clean up the house is #1. Our mission is to make it pop and grab attention. The first look is everything, especially in a world of technology when a picture could mean the difference between someone wanting to see your home or pass it up.
Keep Calm and Spring Clean!