Tips to Make Your House Sell Fast Every single day, you are waiting anxiously for the perfect buyer to knock on your door and make you a wonderful offer. It can really be a frustrating scenario. But can you do something to receive not only more but better offers? Certainly! The following are five ways you can substantially boost your chances of getting your home sold quickly: First Impressions Admit it or not, first impressions count – in fact, a lot. If your front yard has messy bushes or patchy grass or if your exterior wall has chipped paint, your home won’t impress as people drive up to your curb. To generate interest, your home should have that so-called “curb appeal.” Yes, making improvements is going to require some cash, but that will be cash well-spent, knowing that your chances of getting a great offer will be increased dramatically. Additionally, if people see that your house is in good shape outside, they will automatically think it’s the same way inside. Sometimes, this can work to positively “condition” the minds of prospective buyers regarding the home’s overall condition.
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Even small issues, like a broken faucet or chipped paint, can give the impression that you haven’t taken good care of the house in other places too. If your fence looks dilapidated, improve it. Make sure the wiring is in great condition, add more outlets and replace light fixtures, but make sure you hire a professional electrician. Staging Staging entails serious cleaning, depersonalizing, decluttering and arranging your stuff to make your house as attractive as possible. According to research, about 95% of staged homes sell within six weeks on average. Paint the walls and ceiling in your kitchen or stairway. Remove those family photos from tables, walls and shelves. The idea is to make your home look like a set for a magazine cover. Pricing Do you know that pricing alone can have a big impact on how quickly a home sells? There’s no need to set a price too cheap, just reasonable. And the only way to determine the best price for your property, you should have it professionally appraised. Or you can price it just above the appraisal value, but lower than the prices of similar homes in your area. Always put yourself in buyers’ shoes when deciding on the price. Again, with a professional will prove to be very helpful, knowing how complex the dynamics of the industry can be. Even if you’ve hired a real estate agent, you have to tell as many people as possible that your house is for sale. Someone who may not be in the market for a new house (and not looking at real estate listings) could have been secretly desiring your home and may jump at the chance to purchase it.