Peak home-shopping season means the housing market will be flooded with buyers. As a home seller, how can you grab their attention and get your home sold for the price you want?
1. Know what homebuyers want.
A recent National Association of Homebuilders survey reveals that homebuyers want their new homes to be energy-efficient: 94% want energy-star rated appliances in their new homes, and 91% want an energy-star rating for the whole home. Adding energy-efficient features to your home can be expensive, so make sure you can recoup your costs when you sell. If your home is already an energy saver, be sure potential buyers know it.
2. Know where to find buyers—so they can find you.
3. Price it right.
The importance of setting the right price on your home cannot be overstated. Your home may be perfect, but if you’ve priced it too high or too low, you’ll miss finding its perfect buyer. In an NAR survey, 61% of recent home sellers reported reducing their asking price at least once, delaying the sale of their home. Setting the right price will draw in the right buyers and get your home sold in less time. An experienced real estate agent can help you price your home right.
4. Get, and use, the advice of an experienced real estate agent.
A real estate agent can actually help you with each of these tips—from helping you identify and play up the most desirable features of your home to pricing and marketing your home so that it attracts the most potential buyers. You’ll also benefit from your agent’s knowledge of the home-selling process. Your agent will help you negotiate with buyers so you get the most out of your home sale.
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If you’re looking for a great agent to help sell your home, contact one of Dave’s real estate Endorsed Local Providers. Your ELP is an experienced real estate professional who works in your area. They know what buyers in your area want, and they know how to price your home for your market. You can trust your ELP to give you great service and advice you can trust. Find your ELP today!