Selling Quickly Facts from Pink Pearl Real Estate
 Is selling a home quickly Possible? or How Can I Sell a Home Quickly? The Questions that Every Seller Asks

There are multiple factors that will determine how quickly a home will sell in any current market and its condition is also a factor. However, selling a home quickly, is very possible.  Therefore, Pink Pearl Real Estate has a few tips for you to consider:

Price it Right
The longer the property stays on the market, the less the seller will net for the home. It is absolutely understandable that every seller wants to set the price for their home as high as possible. But it is extremely important to price your property at a competitive market value. There is a saying in the real estate business; Your first offer is usually the best offer.  So, selling a home quickly (Your Home) means pricing it right.
Clean Your Home

If your house is adequately cleaned, you will be able to sell your home faster and for a higher price.  A clean good smelling home with more space will always have a positive effect on the potential buyer.  Always, remember staging is important for selling a home quickly.

Plan a House Showing

A great way to show your house is to have your Realtor install an electronic lock box for easy access to the property. That way your home will be ready for showing any time the buyer is available and wants to see it (this is key)!

Paint & Carpet

Painting is the best home improvement project to undertake when considering the return on your investment (money). A freshly painted home smells clean and feels fresh.  Many houses fail to sell because of worn or outdated carpet.  Buyers choose to buy a home based upon what you show them in your home. Don’t expect buyers to envision how it may look.

Curb Appeal

Just remember, your front yard immediately reflects the inside condition of your house to potential buyers.  Trees and bushes must be trimmed, grass should be mowed and edged, walkways swept, and give lots of love (and color) to your flowers.  This, all-together will maximize your Curb Appeal.

The first impression is absolutely critical.