Prepare the home as a "product" for sale so that it will show it's best and be attractive to most buyers. Sellers should clean up the clutter and remove any furniture that crowds the room to make the home appear more spacious and so that buyers can visualize themselves living there. Minor repairs should be completed too so that it removes any objections by the buyers and hopefully, will obtain the highest price for the property. Also, make the outside of the property as appealing as possible by keeping the yard clean and bushes trimmed. A pot of flowers by the front door also is more welcoming. Keep in mind that curb appeal is important and the front door is one of the first impressions.
Not overpricing the home is paramount in getting the home sold quicker and attracts the largest amount of buyers.
Best wishes to you!
Prudential Connecticut Realty
- now is the time to price high. I wasn't saying this two months ago.
In the Denver area market, you certainly can price above what comps show your neighbors sold for in the last year. The market in Boulder County to the north has very limited inventory. Renters are expected to enter the market en masse this year. Buyers in the market for 200s to 250s might believe they are chasing a mirage these days. No, those are homes that sold the same day the Realtors are pulling up from the MLS.
Buyers, you had better have someone very connected in this environment if you don't want to chase mirages all summer.
Thanks for asking, Blanca!
I heard this quote many years ago and it still rings true from little wholesale/retail merchandise to million dollar homes: "Everything sells at the right price."
Nothing could be more true.
Scott Miller | Realtor®
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