So you've made the decision to sell. The marketing plan is in place and you're ready to have potential buyers walk through your home but, the question remains... are you really ready for this?
Here are some tips that have proven to be invaluable to the successful home seller.
The right preparation and just a little investment, whether it be time or money spent on sprucing up your home, can deliver significant financial results. OPEN FOR INSPECTION!
First National is familiar with, and understands, differing buyer requirements. To help us get you the best result for your home, we have provided some tips that have proven to be invaluable to the successful home seller.
If you are advertising a three bedroom home for sale, then that is what people will be coming to see. Consider re-organising the rooms prior to the sale to show them to their best advantage. Hire or borrow some bedroom furniture, and put excess items in storage.
Keep in mind that first impressions count. Dig out weeds, put mulch on the garden beds, keep paths and the driveway swept, prune and shape trees and shrubs, and make sure rubbish bins are clean and tucked away.
Crowded shelves and drawers can make rooms and storage space seem cluttered and smaller. Consider putting non-essential items in storage throughout the sale period.
- Not everyone loves your cat as much as you!
If you have pets, it?s also advisable to keep them out of the house, or ask friends or family if they will look after them during inspections. Note:
Remember to air your house as well as store your pets bowls and toys prior to inspection. Remember first impressions last
Set the scene for your prospective buyer. Draw attention to your home?s best features by displaying fresh flowers and hanging decorative hand towels in the bathroom.