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5 Steps To Selling Your Home in No Time - Finnegan Pierson - ContactCenterWorld.com Blog

5 Steps To Selling Your Home in No Time

Selling a home is a stressful time, even more so if it takes longer than anticipated. Many sellers depend on the sale of their existing home to enter in onto a contract for a new home. Markets vary and supply and demand ebbs and flows, but there are a few sure-fire steps to take to help your home sell as quickly as possible, not matter the market. Give your home the leg up on others in the neighborhood by following these five steps to sell in no time.

Deep Cleaning Matters

If you’ve spent time searching for homes to replace your current one, than you know there are many homeowners who don’t take the time to spruce up their living quarters before they throw it on the market. Some homeowners even leave their dirty dishes in the sink for potential buyers to see. Don’t fall into the trap of being a lazy seller. Deep cleaning your home before it goes on the market matters if you want to stand out above the rest.

Obvious items on your cleaning list should be vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting and the dishes. A few deep cleaning tasks that will set your home apart are the fine-tuned, detailed jobs many overlook: washing the windows and glass doors until they sparkle, wiping out all the cupboards and shelves and dusting the baseboards, among others.

The Front Yard Matters

Potential home buyers aren’t just buying the inside of your home, they’re buying into the whole package, including your yard. If you have a front yard, take the utmost care to prepare it before you show your home. It is the face of your house, and the first thing people see when they come to assess your home. Potential buyers may even skip your home all together, based solely on a picture, if you have chosen not to care for your front yard.

When buyers look for a home, they are looking for one with the least amount of work for them after they sign on the dotted line. Apply some fertilizer to your lawn to make your grass look green and healthy. Mowing and trimming around the edges goes a long way to making your yard look crisp and fresh. Pull out any weeds in the planters and flower beds, and finally, trim the shrubs and bushes to look well-kept.

Simplicity Matters

You have lived in your home for a while now, possibly decades. You have made your house your own with family pictures on the wall, decorations and other creature comforts. While all these items make the house feel like a home, they have the opposite effect on potential buyers. When a candidate walks into your home, they need to be able to imagine their own family living in it. This is very difficult when someone else’s things are everywhere. Take some time to tuck family pictures, excessive decorations and anything else with a personal touch out of sight. This small step towards simplicity makes a difference in selling your home quickly.

Upgrades Matter

There are many homes on the market that are easy to forget. They are vanilla and blend into the crowd. When listing your home, emphasize any upgrades to your space that make it special. Did you put in custom cabinets, upgraded toilets or high-end crown molding? All these details cost money and add to the value of your home. Be sure to mention them in the description.

Price Matters

The price of a home matters, especially in a buyer’s market. Whether you are selling on your own or using a realtor, conduct extensive research about comparable homes in your area. Setting the price too high will turn off potential buyers before they ever have a chance to see your beautiful home.

The home selling process can be unnerving. Relax and take these five steps to set your home apart from the pack and you’ll find your potential buyer in no time.

Publish Date: November 11, 2021 6:20 PM

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