You have decided to sell your property. Above all, it is a good idea to sit down and clarify your reasons and establish a basic schedule for the sales process. By being clear about your sales intentions, it will be easier for us to determine the most appropriate option for your financial lifestyle and your real estate goals. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to …

Search in your market

If you are considering buying another house, an important decision is to sell it first or make an offer in a new house before putting yours on the market. We can help you assess how quickly houses are selling in the market and help you estimate how long it will take you to find a home. This decision also depends on your financing, so you can consult a lender to see how you can finance the transition from one home to another if you choose not to sell your home first.

Empty the mess

If you visit model homes or open houses that have been set up, you will never see a pile of unread magazines, children’s art hanging in the refrigerator or a group of unpaid bills at a table. While everyone has problems, buyers want to see a fantastic version of their home, in which they can consider living. Once your home is in the market, you should keep it as clean as possible. One way to make it easier is to reduce the amount of clutter you have on your shelves and surfaces.

Improve your home

Although you do not necessarily want to complete a major and expensive renovation project before selling it, you can make minor repairs and improvements that will make your home more enjoyable for buyers. Try things like replacing putty and grout in your bathroom, upgrading ceiling fans or old or rusty fixtures, and changing switch plates, door knobs and other parts for a clean and tidy appearance. Remember to paint the front door and cut, even if your rooms do not need new paint.

Choose me as your agent

The choice of a listing agent will make a big difference in the speed of sale of your house and in the amount of profits you will get. We provide you with an excellent marketing plan and deep local knowledge. Do not go alone with someone who tells you that you can sell at the highest price; promises promises. Instead, choose someone who can present you with a detailed market analysis and proven results.

Start packing

It may seem crazy to start packing months before your move, but since you will eventually have to do it anyway, it is better to get organized now. We do not suggest packing your kitchen and eating paper plates, but you can sort your cabinets, attic, basement or garage to determine what you want to keep, what to offer and what to sell. Boxing items will make your space bigger and cleaner when it’s time to show your home.
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