Four simple steps will show you how
Prep Your Home: Taking the time to prepare your home is crucial for a quick sale. Before listing, sort and purge unwanted items and donate, have a garage sale, or put things in storage to open and improve the overall flow of your home. Small updates to kitchen and baths as well as fresh, neutral paint can add to the overall marketability and appeal your home will have with potential buyers. Use this prep time to "pre-pack" for the coming move once your home sells.
Stage Your Home: Once you’ve de-cluttered your home, consult a friend, REALTOR® or a professional for help getting your home staged. Staging can help a buyer imagine all the possibilities of your home. Once staged, make sure your listing agent uses the best photo and representational technology available to bring the beauty of your home to life.
Price Your Home Right: Often, pricing your home at or just below competition will get the attention of the market and could result in several offers in a short amount of time. This can also help to avoid a home that sits on the market too long, becoming a stale listing.
Show and Tell!: Don't make the mistake of hiring a listing agent who is unable to immediately provide your home with it's own dedicated, high quality web page your can share with your friends and across your social media channels. Many times, buyers first learn of their home through pre-marketing and non-MLS channels.