Seller Tips 

  • Determining your best listing price, effectively marketing your home, and preparing your home for the sale are each crucial

  • Make first impressions count. A visually appealing house will attract buyers, who can't help but respond to the look and "feel" of a home. Take time to carefully prepare for showings.

  • Scrub, dust and fix up the works. Buyers will notice details. Get rid of the clutter, repair leaky faucets, wage war on dust and clean until your home shines.

  • Listen to suggestions. As you prepare your home, don't rely solely on your own judgement. It's hard to be objective when you're the owner.

  • Take a whiff.  Nothing will turn a buyer away faster than an odd smell. Try to eliminate smoking, food and pet odors. And don't leave any clues.

  • Turn on the lights. Open shades and draperies before a viewing. Open all doors inside home. Turn on inside and outside lights.

  • Let potential buyers "see" themselves in your home. Too many personal items can make viewers feel like they're intruding in someone else's home. Keep things clean and simple.

  • Get out of the house. When buyers view your home, they'll be more comfortable and spend more time if you're not there. If you must be present, be as unobtrusive as possible.

  • Stay unemotional during negotiations. Selling your home can be emotionally charged, but don't let that stand in the way of making a deal.

Selling Your Home 

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