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Posted on November 28, 2016 By

Tips to Make Your House Sell Fast With each passing day, you are anxiously waiting for the perfect buyer to appear and make you a great offer. Such a scenario can be very frustrating. But can you do anything to get more and better deals? Definitely! Below are five ways to help fasttrack the sale of your home: First Impressions Like it or not, first impressions are important – very, in fact. So if the paint on your exterior wall is chipped or if your grass is patchy, you won’t make a very nice impression as people drive or walk by your curb. To generate interest, your home should have that so-called “curb appeal.” Yes, making improvements will require some money, but it’s going to be money well spent, knowing that you are increasing your chances of getting a good deal. In addition, seeing that your house is in great shape outside will make people think it’s also the same way inside. Sometimes, this is used as a trick to positively “condition” the minds of potential buyers about the general condition of the house being sold.
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Even little things, such as chipped paint or a leaky faucet, can give the impression that you’re not maintaining the house in other areas too. If your fence is dilapidated, fix it. Hire an electrician to make sure the wiring is in good shape, replace light fixtures and add more outlets. Staging Staging entails serious cleaning, depersonalizing, decluttering and arranging your stuff to make your house as attractive as possible. On average, 95% of staged homes get sold in merely 23 days. Paint the walls and ceiling in your kitchen or stairway. Keep those family pictures shelves, walls and tables out of sight. The idea is to make your home look ready for a catalog photo shoot. Pricing Did you know that pricing alone can seriously impact your chances of getting your home sold fast? You don’t need to set your price too cheap, but it should be reasonable. Hiring a professional to appraise your home is the best way to determine the best price for it. Or you can slightly raise the appraisal value, but keep it below the prices of comparable homes nearby in your neighborhood. Always put yourself in buyers’ shoes when deciding on the price. Again, a professional’s help will be indispensable, knowing how complicated real estate dynamics 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 scanning the market for a new house may have secretly desired your home and may grab the chance to own it.

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