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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 8/11/2019

Selling a house requires special tactics, it can be stressful for first timers, and the pressure even becomes greater when there is a need to close the sale before moving into a new home. You will find the following simple suggestions highly effective in getting your house sold.

  • Enhance the curb appeal. Curb appeal means how attractive your house looks to people on the outside. Little things like upgrading the exterior paint job, replacing the number plate, doorbell, and other external fittings or even mowing the lawn will all add up to make your house appeal to the buyer looking on from the outside.
  • Take amazing pictures. You cannot overemphasize the power that a beautiful image holds in making your house more appealing to new buyers. The saying is that a picture can be worth more than a thousand words and it is very accurate when it comes to house listing as well. You want to make sure that you avoid unattractive pictures. Using a professional photographer to make sure that your photos are high quality with adequate lighting is very important. Unless your cell phone camera is super good, you probably shouldn’t use it.
  • Tidy up the interiors. A tidy inside space might be what is needed to help your buyers make the final decision. Take away your personal touches and lay aside your preferences. The objective is to make it look like a home they can live in, and having too much of your personal items might be a distraction as it makes it harder for them to picture themselves living in a home that still has your pictures on the wall.
  • Write a captivating listing copy. A compelling description makes potential buyers of your house have an idea about living in your house. You should talk about any advantages your neighborhood has, such as proximity to a major relaxation center, schools or shopping malls. Let the buyer feel that your house is unique with your words. If you need assistance with a good description, talk to a professional writer for help.

These are essential factors that will help you attract the right buyer to your house, convince them of your best offerings and close that sale speedily.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 7/28/2019

Navigating the home selling journey can be difficult, regardless of whether you're an experienced or first-time property seller. Fortunately, we're here to help you limit the possibility of encountering home selling problems that otherwise may prevent you from achieving your desired results.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you avoid risks during the home selling journey.

1. Learn About the Housing Market

What sets your residence apart from others on the real estate market? Ultimately, if you allocate time and resources to learn about the local real estate sector, you can promote your residence to the right groups of prospective buyers.

Take a look at the prices of homes that are similar to your own and are located in your city or town. With this real estate market information, you can narrow the price range for your residence.

Also, check out the prices of recently sold houses in your area and find out how long these homes were available before they were sold. This real estate market information will enable you to determine whether you're about to enter a buyer's or seller's market.

2. Establish an Aggressive Price for Your House

An aggressive initial home asking price can be a difference-maker during the home selling journey. Because if you have an aggressive asking price in place for your home, you could boost the likelihood of a fast house sale.

Conducting a home appraisal enables you to understand the value of your house based on its age, condition and the current state of the housing market. This appraisal is performed by a property expert, and it may help you establish an aggressive initial home asking price from day one of the home selling journey.

In addition, it may be beneficial to complete a home inspection. If a home inspector analyzes your residence both inside and out, he or she can help you identify potential problems. Then, you can perform various home upgrades to boost the value of your home.

3. Remain Flexible

The home selling journey typically varies from seller to seller. However, if you remain flexible as you proceed along this journey, you may be better equipped than other home sellers to identify and address problems before they escalate.

If you require extra assistance during the home selling journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent as well. This housing market professional can guide you along the home selling journey and take the guesswork out of listing your residence.

A real estate agent will help you add your residence to the housing market, promote your house to potential buyers and set up open house events and home showings. Plus, if you receive an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent will help you review this proposal and make an informed home selling decision.

Avoid problems throughout the home selling journey – use the aforementioned tips, and you can quickly detect and resolve any potential home selling issues.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 6/30/2019

Although a slow, gradual approach to selling a house often proves to be ideal, there may be instances when you need to work quickly to list your home. In fact, some of the primary reasons why an individual may try to accelerate the home selling process include:

1. You are planning to move to a new house right away.

If you recently submitted an offer on a house that is contingent on selling your current residence, you may need to act fast to sell your present home. Otherwise, you may miss out on the opportunity to finalize the purchase of your dream residence.

For home sellers who face a time crunch, there is no need to worry. If you collaborate with a real estate agent, you can get the help that you need to enjoy a quick, seamless home selling experience.

Typically, a real estate agent will learn about your home selling goals. This housing market professional then will craft a strategy to help you sell your house within your designated time frame. That way, you can boost the likelihood of getting the best-possible price for your residence, regardless of how much time is at your disposal.

2. You know exactly what your house is worth.

A diligent home seller likely knows all about the condition of his or her residence. Thus, this seller should have no trouble setting a competitive price for his or her house, increasing the possibility of a fast home sale.

To determine a "fair" value for a home, it generally helps to conduct a house appraisal. During an appraisal, a property expert will examine a residence and provide a valuation. Next, you can use this valuation to establish a competitive price for your house.

Also, it may be beneficial to complete a home inspection prior to listing a residence. An inspection will help you identify any "hidden" home problems and ensure you can address these issues before they escalate.

3. You understand the local housing market.

The real estate market can be complex, particularly for home sellers who face pressure to sell their residences as quickly as possible. Luckily, a home seller who knows the ins and outs of the housing market can improve his or her chances of achieving the best-possible results.

To learn about the housing market, you may want to consult with a real estate agent. In addition to guiding you along the home selling process, a real estate agent can teach you about the local housing market. By doing so, a real estate agent can help you make informed decisions at each stage of the home selling journey.

Furthermore, a real estate agent is available to respond to your home selling concerns and questions. And if you're ever uncertain about whether to accept an offer on your house, a real estate agent is happy to provide expert recommendations.

Want to list your house? Plan ahead as much as you can, and you can quickly navigate the home selling cycle.





Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 6/23/2019

A home selling budget may prove to be exceedingly valuable. With this budget in hand, an individual will know approximately how much money that he or she will need to complete the home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three expenses to include in a home selling budget.

1. Home Cleaning

If you want to impress buyers, you likely will need to maintain a neat, tidy home interior. As such, you may want to account for cleaning supplies in your house selling budget.

Of course, you may choose to hire a home cleaning company. And in this scenario, you should consider how frequently you want this company to clean your house.

Regardless of whether you choose to purchase cleaning supplies so you can clean your house on your own or hire a home cleaning company, you should shop around. That way, you can evaluate the costs associated with different cleaning supplies and home cleaning companies and make the best-possible decision based on your finances.

2. Home Repairs

Repairing a home may be costly, particularly for those who failed to maintain their residences over time. Yet if you consider the home repairs you need to complete, you can incorporate the costs associated with these repairs into your house selling budget.

It may be beneficial to conduct a house inspection prior to listing your home. Once you receive a house inspection report, you can learn about any underlying home problems. You then can assess the costs to perform assorted home repairs.

For those who want to save money on home repairs, you may be able to complete simple property upgrades on your own. If you are unsure about how to perform various home improvements, however, you should hire a professional. Otherwise, if you try to complete these home improvements on your own, you risk making expensive, time-consuming and dangerous mistakes.

3. Packing and Moving

After you sell your house, you may have only a short amount of time to pack up your belongings and relocate to a new address. Meanwhile, if you account for your potential packing and moving costs, you can ensure that you will have the funds available to cover these expenses when you are ready to relocate.

In some instances, home sellers pick up packing supplies early in the property selling journey. This ensures a seller won't have to worry about rushing to purchase packing supplies as moving day approaches.

You may want to reach out to local moving companies for quotes, too. And when you finally sell your home, you can finalize plans with an affordable, convenient moving company that you have already vetted.

Lastly, selling a house can be challenging, but a real estate agent can help. If you hire a real estate agent, you can receive plenty of assistance as you craft a home selling budget. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will do whatever it takes to help you enjoy a fast, profitable house selling experience.




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Posted by RE/MAX Executive Realty on 4/14/2019

Selling a home can be challenging, even for an individual who is laser-focused on getting the best price for his or her house. Fortunately, we're here to help you achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you obtain the best price for your residence.

1. Study the Prices of Comparable Residences in Your Area

Your home may seem like it is one of a kind, but there likely are comparable houses in your city or town. If you take a look at the prices of comparable houses in your area, you may be better equipped than ever before to establish a competitive initial asking price for your residence.

Also, studying the prices of comparable residences in your area enables you to see how your house stacks up against the competition. And if you find your home pales in comparison to its rivals, you may want to dedicate time and resources to upgrade your house. That way, you can help your house stand out to potential buyers.

2. Conduct a Home Appraisal

A home appraisal commonly is requested by a buyer after a seller accepts his or her offer to purchase a residence and a property appraisal has been completed. However, it may be beneficial for a seller to conduct a home appraisal, especially if this individual wants to get the optimal price for his or her residence.

By conducting a home appraisal, you can receive expert insights into how much your house is currently worth. Then, you can use your home appraisal results to set an aggressive initial asking price for your residence.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about how to price your residence, you may want to hire a real estate agent. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you can quickly and effortlessly accomplish your property selling goals.

First, a real estate agent will meet with you and learn about your residence. This housing market professional next will help you establish a competitive initial asking price for your home that accounts for the current state of the real estate market. A real estate agent then will list your home, promote it to potential buyers and set up home showings and open house events. And if you receive an offer to purchase your residence, a real estate agent can help you review this proposal and decide how to proceed.

Of course, a real estate agent will do everything possible to help you maximize your house sale earnings too. He or she will negotiate with a buyer's agent on your behalf and ensure you can get the best price for your residence – regardless of the current housing market's conditions.

Don't wait to list your home and maximize your home sale profits. Instead, take advantage of the aforementioned home selling tips, and you can boost the likelihood of a fast, profitable property selling experience.







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