Did you know that there are some simple steps that you can take to help make your house shine in a competitive real estate market? Savvy sellers know that staging a house for the market results in attracting excited buyers who are eager to make an offer. Here are some practical home staging tips to help you sell your house.
We’ve been hearing stories of homeowners listing their house, and getting a full offer that day! While a lot of it depends on your local housing market, there are some things you can do to help get an offer faster than normal. So we’ve gathered ten amazing tips to help you get your home in tip-top shape and start those offers rolling in. Let’s begin!
You’re about to put your home on the market. You wonder if your house is really ready to be shown to buyers. You may think since you bought it and loved it, everyone else should love it, too. Be careful making this assumption, for the simple fact that you like the way your home is set up doesn’t mean someone else will appreciate your personal preferences in decorating. Herein is the beauty of home staging.
Figuring out the best time to sell your house can be one of the most challenging decisions a homeowner has to make. Well, right after deciding to sell their beautiful home in the first place.
Thankfully, there are a handful of studies available that tell you exactly when it’s the best time to sell your home. The studies look at factors for maximizing your profit and minimizing the length of time your house will be on the market.
If you own a home in Atlanta, you’re in luck! If you’ve been thinking of selling your home, now is the time to act because your prime selling season is just around the corner.
Did you know, more than 5.7 million people call the metropolitan area of Atlanta home, making it the ninth-largest metropolitan in the United States? Yeah, that’s a lot of people that are going to be looking to buy. Just in 2016, there were under 400 homes sold in the Greater Atlanta area. In 2018 one of those houses could be yours. Read more
Selling your home can be a stressful matter. Do you repaint the entire interior of the house? Is replacing the counter tops really worth it? Will potential buyers like the color of the new siding? How the heck should the furniture be placed? These are all things you will ask yourself and all things each potential buyer will pay attention to. Before you really lose your mind, take a deep breathe. We are here to help.
Making any decision about your house is a significant investment both mentally and monetarily, so you want it to be done the right way. Whether you are relocating or a first-time homebuyer, there is one major choice that you should focus on before you begin diving deeper into the process. Who will your real estate agent be? Influenced by relationships, referrals or maybe just reputations, this decision is one that can make or break your experience. It is important to start the process off strong with choosing a real estate agent that you trust and one that you can rely on to help you get what you are looking for.