1) GETTING YOUR HOUSE READY FOR SALE
1) For the front entrance and the front exterior Improve its appearance by trimming shrubs that hide the house, place flower pots near entrance, clean glass of doors and windows, Paint or wash dirty surfaces of wood or siding.
2) Make the house and rooms appear bright. Have the ability to be able to open all drapes and blinds to create maximum brightness so rooms appear bigger. Have light fixtures that are bright enough and not time-delayed.
3) If occupied, lighten up on furniture in rooms that are crowded..
4) Baths, clean all tub areas to remove any stains and get rid of any mildew, Paint walls if take appear to show condensation, Limit personal affects on freestanding counters.
5) Kitchens, Remove any grease from walls or repaint if necessary, Remove accessories from countertops , hide garbage containers.
6) Basements, try to get rid of clutter and organize things neatly in boxes, run a dehumidifier if your basement is never aired out or an air exchanger. Clean floors, cobwebs, and so forth.
7) Have realtor suggest other things that may be an issue to correct…An experienced realtor will have looked from the eyes of many buyers.…
2) CHOOSING A REALTOR
3) PRICING TO SELL
4) MARKETING TO SELL
To market your property to the sale the realtor needs to:
1) Assessing the features your property has that makes it stand out.
2) Stress the best features your house has for the price being offered for sale.
3) Capture these features by still photos or video record.
4) Show the features along with descriptive copy that highlights these features.
5) Advertise in all media the best features your property offers for the price and location.
6) Change the content periodically to refresh the property presence in the market.
5) OPEN HOUSES
6) OBTAINING A WRITTEN OFFER TO PURCHASE
1) Is the buyer realistic in terms of a reasonable offer price?
2) Has the buyer presented a valid pre-qualification letter showing the mortgage amount, the down payment required, interest rate fixed or adjustable, the term of the loan and payment per month the buyer qualifies for.
3) Does the buyer have a house to sale?
4) What are the seller’s occupancy needs and what are the buyer’s
5) Once all that is known a better idea of what are the chances for having the offer becoming a sale
7) CLOSING THE SALE
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