Preparing to Sell Your Property
Once you’ve chosen me as your real estate listing agent, I will get right to work. There are many facets to consider to make a positive impact on potential buyers.
What does your home look like when potential buyers arrive? Freshening any landscaping, which includes creative touches like shrub and flower plantings. Paint the façade, upgrade or repair windows and doors if needed, hire a handyman, wash the windows. These small-ish changes will help boost your curb appeal for anyone stopping by to see your property.
What does your property or home look like inside when potential buyers come through? Keeping your home looking great from top-to-bottom during the sale means minimizing clutter, cleaning carpets, removing knickknacks, and painting. We want potential buyers to see the house and not be distracted by your life story (as exciting as that is!). I also highly suggest a professional stager.
What does your property look like on paper for potential buyers? When selling your home or property it is essential to know the deeper bones of the building, and that’s why disclosures and inspections are required. I know how to develop a thorough disclosure packet that is beneficial to you and your potential buyers, and let you know what modifications, measures, and changes you should make before placing your property in the market.
Do buyers feel more comfortable discussing the property with an agent? Yes, they do, and this why I ask you to trust me to present your property to potential buyers. I know what information is most useful, and my focus is representing you and your interest when speaking to likely buyers. I’ll show your property while you catch that movie you haven’t seen yet.