- Curb appeal: First impression counts. Does your house have a great curb appeal?
- Stage your house: De-clutter, de-personalized and clean your house. Less furniture is better
and if you have pets, remove everything that indicate their presence (specially odors) and
incorporate extra lighting sources. A dark house is very difficult to sell.
- Are you working with a real estate agent (better if that agent work for a big establish real estate
company with a lot of agents and great marketing tools)
- Pictures. They speak for themself. A lot of beautiful pictures and information regarding your
- Visibility: Are you showing the house when prospective buyers want to see it?
- Kitchen and bathrooms sell your property: Granite countertops are important, but you do not have
replace it them, you can offer a credit to your prospective buyer, so they can choose the color of
Best of Luck,
Century 21 Tenace
what is correctly. It should be price competitively acc. to the current marked conditions in your area.
In simple words if you and your daughter think that the house is priced right at 300 K, but similar homes in your area are selling for 245 K (I am making this up to make a point) then your home is
Not priced competitively enough to attract buyers, they will first check out the lower priced more market friendly homes.
Now could your daughter do some updating only if necessary, could she paint some walls in a more
en vogue color, move around furniture or remove furniture to show the home larger, and get some
professional photos taken that will encourage those buyers looking at photos on the internet or at listings their agents send them, those photos need to be very attractive, they are competing with
I am assuming that your daughter's home is listed with an experienced area Realtor, if not and if
she is selling by owner, may be then she should reconsider and work with a good area Realtor
to list, prepare, and market and advertise her home professionally.
Some curb appeal changes could also help, hard for us here to give advice as we do not know
the home, but there is a lot one can do, that is not super expensive.
Good luck to you
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It is not "priced correctly"!
If it was, it would have SOLD.
You may argue, and stamp your feet, until you are blue;
But the proof is there; it hasn't sold.
It may look great; but the Buyers are not Offering; it is not attracting the Offers.
Good luck and may God bless
It is difficult to advise you without seeing the kitchen and the home's interior. What does your daughter's listing agent say about the condition of the home? Did the agent discuss similar properties in the neighborhood that have recently sold so she will have a better understanding if she is priced fairly?
Good luck selling!
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