Your agent will guide you with a pricing strategy to sell. If you price it too high, even though you think it is worth that amount, buyers may not want to view your home and move onto comparable homes for sale in your market area.
Your Home Needs Work
Some buyers may be willing to take on a project, but most will not. If you’re asking the same price as homes that do not need repairs, you will probably not get offers. Fix all items on your “to do” lists before your home goes on the market.
Buyers need to see themselves living in your home. If you have too many personal touches, they cannot do that. Family photos need to be boxed and stored away. Personalized collections should be put away, too. Bold-hued walls need to be repainted with more neutral colors.
Rooms Are Not What They Should Be
If you have converted your garage into an office or rec room, you need to change it back. All rooms should be their original purpose. This is the reason this blogger has not converted her spare bedroom into a closet!
Remember, if you have made any over-the-top upgrades to your home for your home’s price range and area, buyers may not be willing to pay for those types of features.
No Curb Appeal
Buyers should pull up to your home and be drawn into the front door. If you have not maintained the front lawn and landscaping, this will create a negative perception of how your home is maintained on the inside.
Are you thinking of selling your home? Contact your Sibcy Cline agent. That professional will guide you through all of the details of getting your home “sell ready!”