I think that this post, Portsmouth, New Hampshire Home Stager Sharon Tara makes a very important point that one should consider if they are about to market their home.
1) Prepare your home for sale considering how a buyer will see your home and the potential gateway to your home.
2) Pay attention to the price you select for your home considering the current competition, recent sales and the market trends
3) Market your home to as many motivated and qualified buyers as possible.
Thinking of marketing your home in South Simcoe? New Tecumseth, Essa, Adjala-Tosorontio, Alliston, Angus, Beeton, or Tottenham?
Before you decide how you are going to market your home, call me, Chris Smith @ 1.866.936.3500 and/ visit my website.
Are You Listing Your House To Sell or to Sit?
If you are in the process of preparing your house for sale, it's important you realize that YOUR actions at this point will determine the outcome.
You only get one shot at being "just listed" and it's a very short gig. If you don't grab someone's attention in the first two weeks, your chances of getting your asking price start to diminish. Once listed, a house on the market ages quickly.
The difference between multiple offers and price reductions can be a direct result of YOUR preparation.
Today's buyers want move-in ready properties. They scan MLS photos looking for well maintained houses that appeal to them both visually and emotionally. They're looking for a house that they can visualize as their home.
Many sellers invest money, time, and energy on the wrong improvements and find their house sitting instead of selling. A Home Staging Consult will show you how to prepare smart.
How you present your house, and how it measures up against the competition, is the key to appealing to buyers and the difference between making money and losing money.
A little effort now, to properly prepare your house, is well worth your time and investment.
It's YOUR choice... SELL or SIT?
Chris Smith CSSBB
Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage