Transitioning a principal residence is an emotional, financial and physical challenge. While the journey is different for everyone, the home transition process is the same and needs to be anchored in hope, humility and humor.
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If the answer is a resounding yes, you’re ready to list. If the answer is no, you’ll need to understand why it is a no and create a strategic plan of attack to create a yes.
It’s impossible to find a Realtor® today who doesn’t drive home the importance of curb appeal. An attractive and well-presented exterior can mean the difference between a house sale and a house that sits on the market gathering dust.
You have made the decision to sell… now what? The life changing event of selling one home and moving to the next is an emotional, financial and physical roller coaster for most sellers
You or your client has made the decision to sell, and if you are a Realtor, you have told them what they need to do. You’re done, right? Wrong.
When selling or buying a home beware of the disconnect! In a seller’s mind their objective is simple: I want to sell my house as quickly as possible for the highest possible price, spend the least amount of money and do the least amount of work.
The decision to sell your home – a large financial asset – is a complex one for most families, but when it’s time to price your home to sell is where you may really struggle.
Consult with an experienced professional home stager. The most important first step is to truly understand how to best position your home to sell for top dollar.
“Mom, I am so sorry! I don’t want your STUFF and the guilt is killing me!”
You’ll want to leave potential buyers with a great impression of your listing’s exterior, that is if you want to motivate them to want to see more.