You and your home have had a good run. You may have raised your kids there. It may have been the first home you’ve ever owned. That part of your life will always be with you, but now it’s time to get down to business. It’s time to stop thinking about making this property your home. It’s time to develop a strategy so you can get the best return on investment from one of your largest assets. Click here to learn about the marketing strategy for your home.
While it is rarely appropriate to undertake huge renovation projects before listing your home, there are some things that may need to be accomplished. Minor repairs and some improvements can have a positive return on investment. If they need to be done, get them done. Landscaping, paint, decluttering, and staging are almost always recommended. In other circumstances, you might need to repair or refresh some flooring or counter-tops. Learn more about our staging and photography services by clicking here.
Getting the price right is very important to maximizing your value. If too high, you could be looking at an extended marketing period, which can lead buyers to wonder, “What’s wrong with this home, why isn’t it selling?”. On the other hand, pricing a home too low might lead to a bidding war, which is great, but there’s a chance that you left some money on the table. There are many considerations when pricing a home: location, inventory in the area, competition. Click here to learn about our Effective Pricing Strategy.
Allowing people to tour your home is imperative to selling it and maximizing its value. It may sound obvious, but after a couple of weeks on market, sellers can become a little less accommodating. Many buyers (especially those relocating) have a short window to tour homes. By declining a showing, you are potentially saying goodbye to your buyer forever. Click here to learn how Norhill gets the most out of your showings.
Surprisingly, we hear a common refrain from a lot of our prospective clients. They seem to think that all Realtors do pretty much the same thing. It is true that there are some basic functions of a Realtor, such as taking photos of the home, providing price opinions, and marketing real estate. However, the success of a good Realtor or real estate firm is not what we do differently….it’s how well we do the things we do. Click here to learn more about our unique approach.
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