What is the most important aspect of any relationship? Trust. People trust my team and we cherish it. We listen to specific needs and we focus on what benefits our clients. We never compromise our integrity. We protect our clients interests and sell their homes effectively and efficiently, while communicating EVERY step of the way! We would be honored and privileged to work with you to facilitate the sale of your lovely home! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (239) 287-1368.
If there is a lot of clutter in the home, instead of packing everything away in closets and taking up the storage space, consider renting a storage unit for the duration. This will give your home a positive appearance. If you choose a portable storage unit, it can be transported to your new home, making moving day a little less stressful.
Hire a professional to photograph and or stage your home. A professional home stager sees your home from a buyer’s perspective — a good one understands how to highlight its strengths and soften its flaws. Your buyer’s first impression will be the listing photos that appear to the masses online. Do not underestimate the power of good photography! We advertise and sell homes in the hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars and we take pride in presenting our offered homes in a professional, strategic, luxurious and welcoming manner. Our homes are always standing out from the rest!
Find the right real estate agent. Interview a few before making a final decision. The right real estate agent will put clients needs above his own. The right agent will lead clients through the sale step by step and keep in contact with them until the end and beyond. Our team never leaves your side. Our team sends client status updates weekly to show clients the results of our advertising and marketing strategies and campaigns to ensure they are left in-the-know.
Promote it yourself. Don’t leave all the advertising up to your agent. Get the word out about your home by using your personal social media accounts and sending the listing page to family, friends, and co workers. We never know who knows someone who knows someone that may be interested in your home. Consider spreading the word about your home in your neighborhood. Send the listing to your homeowners’ association email list and let your neighbors help.
Remove personal items. Removing personal photographs for example, will allow the prospective buyer to imagine themselves living in your home and make it easier to focus on the home’s highlighted features. They will envision themselves in your home and may actually feel at home.
Don’t go overboard on major remodel projects. Chances are, you won’t get your money back. Instead, focus on small upgrades, particularly in the kitchen and bathroom, where you’re most likely to see a return on investment. A new sink and cabinet hardware in the kitchen, or light fixtures, shower curtains, and hand towels in the bathroom, are inexpensive but can instantly transform the space. Rather than spending a lot of money on a full kitchen remodel, ditch the unmatched old appliances and spend some money on a new stainless steel appliance suite. These smaller and strategic upgrades can have a big impact.
Light the home up. A dark or poorly lit home feels damp and depressing, right? Brighten it up by using natural and artificial light. Use the highest wattage light bulbs for the light fixture and it will instantly brighten up a room! When leaving for showings, turn the lights on and open curtains and blinds. A fresh coat of paint can also brighten a room. We recommend a neutral, brighter, palette, which makes rooms look much larger. A deep cleaning will also help brighten baseboards, windows, and light fixtures. Keep everything continuous. Do not drastically alternate colors in rooms or drastically alternate flooring in each room, including styles and material. Keep a certain theme continuous. People enjoy and feel comfortable with continuity.
"Oh my, the curb appeal!" Curb appeal is super important! Your home’s exterior is typically the first thing a buyer sees in person and on listing sites. If it doesn’t look good or attractive, a buyer won’t even consider looking at the interior shots. Tidy up the yard by trimming and shaping hedges, refreshing mulch, and edging the lawn. Consider pressure-washing the home, walkways, and driveway, or even adding a fresh coat of paint to your trim and shutters. It really matters — even things as small as the brass on your front door. Polish the kick-plate and doorknob, and clean any cobwebs or bird droppings off your front porch. Flowers and other vibrant plants, particularly near the entryway, add color, making your home feel fresh, alive and inviting.
Sell at the right time. The top months in the season which run from January to March are typically known as the best time to sell your home. If you can wait until then to list, you should consider it. But be forewarned that increased inventory means buyers have more to choose from which allows them to be more picky — so make sure your home is in tip-top shape. Price your home right! Just because you want to sell for a certain amount doesn’t mean your home is worth your magic number (unfortunately). Do your own research about area comps, get listing price suggestions from a couple of agents, and then listen to your agent when it comes to negotiating and starting out strong with an effective and efficient plan to sell your home.