We’re back for part two of our series on how to sell your home. After you’ve found your new home, it’s important to look back at your own home to determine what repairs and general tasks need to be done to get it ready for the market. It can be as simple as new paint and carpet or a deep cleaning. It doesn’t always have to be a full kitchen or bathroom remodel. Sometimes, “lipstick repairs” are enough to get the house in a good, showable condition that will fit in with the market. To learn more about this home-selling step, watch my latest video.
The very first step when selling your home should be to determine whether you can find a new home to move into. What are your criteria for your new home, where are you going, and what are you trying to accomplish?
We can help you make a top-10 list of things you’re looking for in your home, then research the marketplace to determine if homes like that are out there for you. If they are, we might even want to get out and look at a few of them before we list your home for sale.
"We can help you make a list of things you’re looking for in a home."
When we determine that the market does have a home that fits your needs, then we can start the process of listing your home. This begins before we put the...