Selling your home can be pretty unnerving. There will probably be many questions running through your mind throughout the process: How long will it take to sell? Will I get my asking price? What can I do to shorten the waiting period? Is there anything I am doing wrong? Even if you are working with a professional realty company, you need to ensure that you are putting your best foot forward. This blog post will help you do just that.
One of the best pieces of advice that will likely have a huge impact on your success is the quality of photos you use. The following post describes this in detail:
Understanding Real Estate Photography & Tips for Sellers
Photography matters when selling your home. With online listings from real estate agents and websites like Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com, buyers are now getting what’s essentially a “first showing” through the web. This means a seller needs good listing photos to create a positive impression of their house.
We spoke with Harry Lim, professional real estate photographer and owner of Harry Lim Photography, and Austin Harley, professional real estate photographer and owner of SoCo Home Photography, about the impact quality photos have, the difference between professional and amateur photographers, and tips for quality photos. Read more at Extra Space…
You need to ensure that your photos show the best and most important aspects of your home, including the floor plan and how the rooms are connected to each other.
Wen it comes to home staging, there are certain requirements you must meet to make sure your home makes a good impression on potential buyers. An expert in home staging gives the following tips and explains how it should be done in the following post:
Top Tips For Sellers From Professional Home Stager Tori Toth
In 2009, Tori Toth decided it was time for a change. The former Emmy-nominated broadcast journalist was in-between jobs when she happened to catch a special on CNN about the booming home staging industry and instantly felt that it was the right path for her. By the end of 2009, she was a certified stager running her own company, Stylish Stagers Inc. She experienced tremendous success until Superstorm Sandy hit in 2012, destroying the first floor of her home and office.
No stranger to reinvention, Toth decided to take a different path once again, this time aiming to empower people to stage their homes on their own. Read more at Elegran…
One of the things to avoid is having too much of your personal stuff when you stage the home. Allow the potential buyers to see as much of the home as they possibly can without your stuff coming in the way.
And once you get potential buyers, what’s the best way to negotiate? The following post gives interesting advice on how to go about it:
Real Estate Negotiation Tips For Selling Your Home From The Experts — But Not The Experts You’d Think
Negotiating to get your house sold for the price you want is undoubtedly a battle. But when you’re armed with the right negotiating tactics, the battlefield can become your playroom. Like any trained warrior, that confidence boils down to one thing: the depth and breadth of your training.
Countless real estate negotiation tips from real estate experts are out there. But the difference between being an expert warrior and the expert warrior lies in getting a step ahead of what’s already “out there.” Welcome to your unorthodox training with experts in fields other than real estate—to take your real-estate-selling skills from average to…well, unreal. Read more at Home Light…
So when it comes to selling your home, there’s a lot you can do to modify your strategies, which will make all the difference. You also need to work with a professional real estate agent so that you have all the legal requirements taken care of.
If you are in Charlotte and need an experienced closing attorney to oversee your home sale, Meek Law Firm South is the company to work with. Contact Jonathan Meek today for expert services. Call (980) 729-5662 or use the contact form on the website to get in touch.