Selling your home may seem like a daunting task to find the right buyer, especially considering buying a home is quite a large purchase. But with the right resources, help, and knowledge, you can successfully list and sell your home at the right price. Here are some helpful services to aid you in the selling process.
Preparing your home for the real estate market is one of the most important steps. You want your home to look attractive and move-in ready to the largest number of buyers, and this requires you to tidy up, clean, make repairs, and decorate the home to best showcase its interior.
A staging service can manage the process of decorating to make your home look move-in ready with the use of attractive furniture positioned in each room to accentuate the homes spaces and features. For example, removing excess furniture from a cluttered room will help make the space look more open and inviting and will help show buyers what the space can be used for. Your staging professional will also recommend removing any personal items, such as photos and memorabilia, leaving only attractive decor within your home.
Rental Storage Unit
As you stage your home, you will want to reduce clutter and extra possessions within your home, and renting a storage space to keep them during the sales process is a good idea. Your staging professional can help you decide what needs to be placed into a storage unit and what they can use for staging your home.
Box up and store away items in your home that make each room look crowded and messy. Go through your closets, for example, and reduce the number of items, especially if they are cramped-looking and crammed into the space.
Real Estate Professional
A real estate professional will have knowledge of your area, the market, and resources of their own to market and find a buyer for your home. Your realtor can help you price out your home based on selling history in your area, specifically looking at the sales of similar properties.
Your agent's listing of your home on the real estate listing service will make your home's information available to other sales agents and their clients. Your real estate agent should hire a photographer or take their own professional photos of your home to best showcase your home and its amenities and features on the property listing service.
A realtor can schedule an open house to spotlight your home and gather any interest from buyers. As you receive offers to purchase your home, your agent will go over them with you and help you decide on whether to accept, counter, or decline the offer.