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Tips to Getting Your Home Sold

Trying to sell your home but not receiving the foot traffic and interest you expected?

Chances are your home is not priced correctly or available at the right hours. Pricing to sell is a very individual process and may not always be about current market rates and comparable properties. However some simple principles listed below can help you to get your home sold quickly!

Oftentimes home prices are set too high from the beginnng, resulting in increased days on the market and lukewarm responses from Buyers. Buyers typically focus on new listings, so pricing your home at a reasonable and realistic price is key, especially when you first list your home for sale.

Once you’ve set your price, you must showcase or “stage” your home for sale in such a way that the price becomes a non-issue. Buyers will visit your home knowing what they can afford and if they like what they see and your home in is their budget, they will be more likely to place an offer on your home.

In some cases, however, the price of the home matters less than its accessibility.  Providing access to your home at convenient times for buyers is key to getting your home sold quickly. Your home is unique and needs to be viewed by as many potential buyers as possible so they can understand your pricing and the benefits that your home can provide. . Evenings and weekends are critical times for home showings as buyers’ busy schedules and demanding work hours may prevent daytime viewing. To get your best price, you must be willing and able to accommodate their time frames.

Getting your home sold quickly relies upon heightening its exposure – through pricing, staging, accessibility, and spreading the word that it’s for sale. It’s important to have a trusted expert coaching you through this process.

Feel free to contact us for more great tips on listing your home. We are always here and happy to help.

Marci Pruett: or (858) 531-1119


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