The 5 Keys To Selling Your Real Estate Property!
1) Location, Location, Location!
Nothing beats a great location. Buyers consider everything from “the view” to the schools, jobs, economy, entertainment, fine dining, shopping, churches, convenience, weather, traffic, crime to even natural resources. Never under estimate a good location.
2) The Best Market Price!
Buyers are naturally attracted to properly priced real estate properties. Your property’s bottom line must be appealing and still mesh with the demands of the current marketplace. Your REALTOR® will be able to show your property usually within a week or two if it’s priced properly. If you price your property higher than the current market allows you better have some extraordinary amenities and benefits or it will never fly. If there’s no urgency to sell, you can price your house anywhere you want, but be prepared to have a lot of patience and perseverance.
3) The Overall Quality
The overall quality of your property, esthetically and physically, will either attract or repel buyers. Your REALTOR® will help make suggestions on how to stage your real estate property so it will draw buyers from the outside to the inside. You want to turn “browsers into buyers” and nothing will do it faster than a healthy yard and a clean, well decorated interior.
4) Your Terms and Conditions
Your REALTOR® will help you structure an amiable agreement void of any negative terms or conditions that could turn away a good offer.
5) Your REALTOR®
Why You Should Work With a REALTOR®.
When you’re ready to sell a home, the person you choose to guide you in your search and represent you in your purchase or sale is extremely important.
The truth is, not all real estate agents are a REALTOR®. A REALTOR® is the official “registered trademark”, which identifies your real estate expert as a member of the National Association of Realtors® and a person who adheres to a strict “code of ethics”.
Here Are 5 Qualities Your REALTOR® Will Have:
1) Honesty and integrity.
2) Expertise built on continual education and experience.
3) Aware of current marketplace fluctuations.
4) Willingness to listen to your desires.
5) Ability to communicate complex issues in simple language.