*Look carefully at the numbers, price it lower than the active competition and less than recent solds.
*Put your best face forward. Don't show the house until you have everything show worthy. Declutter, Clean and Sparkly, nothing that looks dated and definitely nothing that needs repair.
*Don't forget the curb appeal. The entrance and the front door are the first things that the buyer will see.
*Make sure your photos for online marketing are great! Good lighting, clear bright photos that show the best features of the home and at least 25 of them.
*A pre-inspection can be a good thing. If there are problems, you can address them before putting the home on the market and it eliminates surprises. It gives buyers a comfort level when you can offer with your disclosure an authorities opinion on the condition of the property.
*Make the home accessible. Let the agents show it at a moment's notice if you need to. You need to think of it more as a product and put yourself in the buyers shoes.
Stephanie Kelley, ABR, CRS, GRI
Keller Williams, Legacy
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