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June 02, 2012


Brendan Amorose

Make sure the outside of your property looks its best, as potential buyers will get an initial impression from said area. Work on the exteriors and attract potential buyers. Also, seek the help of a realtor, and let them do their expertise. Good packaging and promotion will do wonders.

Lakisha Zimmerer

Yes. I agree with what Brendan had said here. Hiring a realtor can really help you decide which is best for you. But of course, in the end it's still your choice. The realtor will just give you ideas or suggestions that would help you pick which is the best choice.

Rebecca Stratton

Also, home staging is an effective way to add value to your home. A fresh coat of paint, adding some furnishings, and rearranging some designs can make your home look better and more appealing to potential buyers.

Allan Getter

Make sure that you give them all the good reasons why they should purchase your house. It’s important to fix all the problems that may turn off your potential buyers. These may include holes or scratches on the walls, or the flooring. Pay attention to those things that can make your home look less appealing to your buyers.

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Some homeowners have been waiting for years for a better housing market and a good time to sell. Is it better to wait a few more years and see if you can realize a higher sale price, or sell now and move on with your life?

Julio Germaine

Aside from the reasons already stated, by advertising your home aggressively, you will have more chances of selling your home successfully. It will require you more than simply putting a “For Sale” signage in front of your house. You can post the advertisement on the newspaper or online. Also, you may conduct open house periodically so that potential buyers can tour your house.

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