Have the Home Inspected
An inspection will reveal any signs of damage or other issues with the home that may not be obvious to the naked eye. By taking care of problems such as dry rot, a pest infestation or water damage, it increases the chances that the home sells quickly and for your preferred list price.
Have the Home Cleaned By a Professional
Hiring a professional cleaning service may be more expensive than doing it yourself, but the home will smell and look better when a professional cleans it. Furthermore, it takes one task off of your home sale to-do list, which is long enough to begin with.
Don’t Forget to Add Curb Appeal
Planting flowers, mowing the grass and getting rid of that dead tree in the backyard can add curb appeal to the home. If the outside of a house looks properly maintained, buyers will assume that the inside of the house has been taken care of as well. Ultimately, this will attract more interest in the property, which could result in a bidding war.
Staging the Home Should Be a Priority
Before you show the home, be sure to have it staged no matter how large or small it is. Proper staging can help a prospective buyer get a sense for how a space could be used. Ideally, you will take pictures of the home’s interior and exterior that will be included in your online listing.
Selling your home can be a complex process that can take weeks or months of planning. To make sure that your home sale process goes well, hire an experienced real estate agent. This person will have a wealth of knowledge and insight that you can use to be sure that your home looks good and is priced appropriately for the market.