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Home Selling 101 cont.

Chris and Maria Jeantet

You may have noticed that many real estate agents take a transactional approach to sales – identifying clients, closing the deal, and then moving on...

You may have noticed that many real estate agents take a transactional approach to sales – identifying clients, closing the deal, and then moving on...

Oct 30 2 minutes read

Boost curb appeal. The exterior is often a potential buyer's first impression of your home. If it's well-kept outside, many buyer's also assume it'll be well-kept inside. Paint or clean your exterior, trim hedges and shrubs and mow the lawn.These small activities have a big impact on attracting the right buyers to your home.  

Clean. Hire a professional cleaner to throughly clean your home for potential buyers. 

Stage. Make your home look its best by staging high-traffic rooms, such as the living room and kitchen. Staging helps buyers picture themselves in the home. While many sellers hire a professional, especially in competitive market, you may also be able to do it yourself.


Marketing It Right.

Once your home is ready to sell, it's time to think about marketing. Marketing helps find the right qualified buyer to purchase your home. It all begins with pricing. Homes that are priced right are often picked up by buyers in a short amount of time. To price your home, we'll review comparable homes in your area that are currently on the market or have sold in the last few months. We'll also take into account your home's location, square footage, amenities and condition, as well as local market conditions. All of this information is included in the Comparative Market Analysis (CMA)



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