Making an excellent first impression is essential to attracting buyers, but what else can you do to get the offers rolling in? Here are some important selling tips to help you sell your home quickly even in off-season.
Price it right from the start
Setting the right price in beginning is always good because it would attract the agents and buyer as soon as you put “for sale” board. If the price is too high, buyers will stay away, assuming you’re not serious about selling.
Enhance the Curb Appeal
This could mean planting flowers, painting the front door or replacing the mailbox. Walking into the front door makes an excellent first impression if it given clean and fresh looks.
Paint the Interior
Fix the interior of your home where it needs to. Adding new fixtures and fresh paint can enhance the look and feel of your house. Make sure you do this before your start showing. These things are not very expensive but can add more dollars into your pocket and sell your home fast.
De-clutter and Depersonalize
Remove all of your belonging from way. A fewer things in home makes it look larger. So remove extra furniture, take down family photos, religious items. Hire a cleaning company to professionally clean house.
Stage your House
It is very important to stage your rooms. The buyer will have a very good idea of how the space will be used.
Have a flexible timing
The more flexible you are about visits, the more people will be able to see your home. Be ready for prospective visitors any time of the day if possible.
Remove your pets
Don’t think that everybody loves pets, if possible keep all the dog dishes and kitten stuff out of visitors’ site.
Make sure you listing is online
In today’s world, it is next to impossible to sell home if it is not listed online. So make sure your home has online access.
Buyers check online listings and make decision based on visuals. It is very important to add good quality photos and videos in all of your listings.
Give some details about the neighbourhood
Write something about the life of neighbourhood along with photos such as nearby recreation, community center, dinning, parks, schools and shopping areas.