Simple steps for selling your home

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  1. Clean

You’ll want your home to make an excellent first impression on potential buyers. A dirty home can not only keep buyers from appreciating your home’s best features but also give the impression that you need to pay more attention to more extensive maintenance and upkeep tasks.

  1. Examine

Many sellers prefer to fund their pre-inspection. A home inspector will examine your home’s structural components, major systems, and appliances thoroughly and report on any issues that may raise red flags for potential buyers. A pre-inspection can help you prioritize necessary repairs and guide you toward a fair sales price.

  1. Repair and retouching

Even if you don’t need to make any significant repairs, you must go through your home and finish any minor repairs you’ve been putting off. Repairing trim, patching holes, and repainting can make a big difference.

  1. Evaluate

You may also choose to have your home appraised. Choosing a list price is an essential part of the selling process, and having an objective, professional opinion on the value of your home can be beneficial.

  1. Stage

There are two approaches to home staging. Declutter, remove personal effects such as family photos and arrange furniture to highlight your home’s best features. You can also hire a professional stager. In either case, the goal is to help prospective buyers envision themselves living in the home.

  1. Price

When selling with an agent, the following steps are taken: When working with an agent, you can rely on their knowledge to help you determine an accurate list price. They will begin by providing you with a comparative market analysis (CMA, commonly known as comps). They can pinpoint the fair market value because they are not emotionally attached to your home.

  1. The market

When selling with an agent, the following steps are taken: Most agents will recommend professional photography (and they will almost certainly have a photographer they always use, often at a reduced rate). Once the photos are completed, your agent should go full throttle, advertising your listing online, on social media, through word of mouth, and in the neighborhood.