AND SHOWING PROCEDURE!
Your home will sell at highest profit and in the quickest amount of time when all the ingredients are combined perfectly.
If only one ingredient is left out of the formula or is out of proportion to the others…
Your home will take longer to sell and will quite possibly,
COST YOU MONEY!
Creating the right message about your property and conveying it in a way that appeals to buyers and real estate agents. Then add to that Response Marketing. When this combination is done right, you will get the maximum number of showings that the market will bear.
Planning and preparing your home for sale is a very important ingredient. The pricing of your home must accurately reflect its condition. The general upkeep and presentation of your home is critical to obtaining the highest value for your home. Nature of the roof, plumbing, carpets, and paint all relate to condition. Basic rule: If we can smell it…we can’t sell it!
The pricing of your home must reflect its location. The better the location, the higher the acceptable price. School districts, high or low traffic, and highway accessibility, all need to be considered in determining the value of your home’s location. We cannot control the location.
Recession, inflation, interest rates, mortgage availability, competition, and the public’s perception of the general economy all make up the market. It may be a buyer’s market or a seller’s market. The pricing of your home must reflect the current nature of the market because we cannot influence the market. We can, however, take advantage of the market.
The more financing terms and options you accept, the more potential buyers there will be for your property. The pricing of your home must reflect the terms available. The easier the terms, the more valuable your property becomes. (And this is where my team of professional Affiliates really shine-by offering a broad, full-spectrum of mortgage products and options to both you and all potential buyers!)
The easier you make it for buyers and agents to see your property on their schedule the quicker it will sell and the more money you’ll net in the end. When the buyer and agent show up, make yourself invisible, take a walk or go run errands. If you follow them around or are in hearing distance of their conversation, the buyer will feel uncomfortable or that they’re intruding. They won’t be able to focus and ask questions to their agent that’ll determine whether or not to purchase your home.