As we recap on some of the best advice this year for home sellers, I don’t want to miss the opportunity to offer a free home valuation. If you’re considering selling, give me a call or simply contact me through my website and I’d love to provide details on what your house could sell for if we listed it today!
Best Selling Advice of 2018 so far…
There are many things that potential St. George sellers hoping to go it alone don’t ever think about. However, check out the following three that are very possibly the most important:
The good news is you got a promotion or brand-new job; the bad news is you have to move quickly. There’s nothing more stressful than having to sell and/or buy a house in a short amount of time. We talk about preparation and planning to stage and sell your home plus taking the time to find the right school district or neighborhood, but sometimes we are not afforded those luxuries. We have to sell quickly, by fast in a new place, and quickly adapt to the changing environment. If this sounds like your life right now, here are some basic tips to keep in mind to hopefully keep this move as stress-free as possible.
Home staging is a crucial part of the selling process. Buyers expect homes to be staged and most staged homes sell faster and for more money than non-staged homes. So let me give you the basics of Staging 101.
Do you ever wonder why one home in a neighborhood sold faster than another? It’s not necessarily the price, however, that definitely is a factor. But, whether you’ve been trying to sell your home for several months or just trying to prepare so that it’s not on the market forever, there are some ways to make your home stand out from the crowd. Here are nine reasons why some homes sell faster than others.
Almost everyone hates to move but it’s an inevitable process that usually happens once or twice at least and anyone’s life. Finding little tips, tricks, and hacks to make the move easier will take so much stress off of your life. I’ve combined a list of 30 of the best moving and packing hacks out there. I hope it helps with your upcoming move. Read More about Relocating to St. George
Staging and preparing your home for sale may not be the hard part; keeping it staged is a whole other situation. If you have children, it can be even harder to quickly drop everything and entertain a showing.
As nice as it would be to prepare the property, list the property and get an offer proceeding to pending the week after, the reality of that is unusual. But, if you’re trying to sell your home you do need to keep it staged, at least to the point that you could pick up quickly should you have a showing in less than an hour.
You’re thinking about selling but the outside of your house could definitely use some work. How much do you really want to put into the curb appeal of the house? Are you willing to put in hundreds or even thousands of dollars or just a little bit of hard work? Regardless, the curb appeal of your home is really the first impression your home is going to make on a buyer. It’s important to make sure it’s an amazing impact. People won’t want to see any more of your house if the curb appeal is less than desirable. So for this reason, here are six curb appeal hacks that offer the best return on your dollar.