1. The Internet, Internet, Internet…
The Internet has transformed the real estate industry. In the past, most homebuyers found homes by driving around to different communities with their agent. Now, well over 75% of homebuyers begin their home search on the Internet.
So the name of the game is getting your home in front of as many buyers who are likely to buy your home. If you are thinking about selling your home, do a search on the Internet for real estate, homes and condominiums for sale in your community. Notice, which agents consistently rank on the first search page of the Internet, or other web sites where consumers search for real estate. These are the agents who probably understand how the Internet works and how to get exposure of your home to the broadest possible market searching for homes on the Internet.
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2. First Impressions Are Key?
When prospective homebuyers see pictures of your house online, they may spend very little time deciding if they want to see the house in person. Keep in mind that there are many properties for sale and you are competing with many other home sellers for buyers’ attention. Unless you’re selling your home as a “fixer upper,” do everything you can to get your house in the best condition possible.
The first Impression Are Key
3. Avoid Common Pitfalls When Selling a Home
With so many properties for sale, buyers have many choices in buying real estate. There are several things that sellers can do to improve their chances of selling their home, and things to avoid that diminishes the likelihood of a home sale. Be well aware of the condition of a real estate that you want to sell and always be prepared to make some improvements in order to get the best possible price for it. You can’t expect to sell a house with a hole in a wall at the highest price possible.
Your expectations should always be real and you should also be aware of the competition around you. In fact, if you have a strong competition around you, it would be most recommended to make as much home improvements as you possibly can because that will give you some leverage compared to the others. Be ready to make a quick sale, make sure to leave an excellent first impression but most importantly, price your real estate right from the beginning. You’ll be able to get the buyers attention much better if you give them a good offer from the start.
Avoid Common Pitfalls When Selling a Home
5. Get Answers To Your Questions
Do you have specific questions about selling your home or condo? Do you want general information about the home selling process? Call us today and get answers to your questions, (619) 980-2702. Or