By now, you should have a clear idea from your broker of what you may need to do to make your home as attractive as possible before putting it on the market. This may include:
These are not all aspects to consider before you prepare home for selling, but they are a good starting point, Your broker should be able to organize and coordinate these real estate services.
Ready to sell your home? Schedule an initial consultation with John P. Sharp today. Let's discuss your real estate goals and how we can help you achieve them.
To know or not to know. You may want to consider getting a home inspection before you start repairing everything in your home. Some updates or repairs may not add substantially to the value of your home and could cost you valuable time and money.
On the other hand, you may discover something about your property that you did not know about before. Unless you're planning to sell your home as-is to a cash buyer, you'll likely encounter some type of inspection and/or appraisal. If you feel confident about the condition of your house, you can save money by not getting your own inspection. However, if you think there might be issues you do not know of. a recent inspection will give you peace of mind and act as a selling point to serious buyers. Keep going forward with the Selling Guide.
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