Tips for getting your home market-ready for prospective buyers.
- REAL ESTATE
Thursday, December 6, 2012
So you’ve made the decision to sell your home. Now what? It takes a lot of mental preparation to let go of a space you’ve grown to love, and the process of selling your home can be particularly strange if you are still living in it. Looking for more real estate news and tips? Check out our special section. You have to keep your home tidy at all times in order to quickly accommodate your realtor and potential buyers. Here are some tips that will make your home more presentable to buyers, and also help you prepare to move into your new digs. Last but not least, do a walk-through pretending you are a prospective buyer. Note the things that would turn you off and then fix them! Happy selling!
Local realtor gives five tips that may surprise you
The kids have graduated and left the nest, and it's time to downsize. Or maybe you're starting a family and need that extra space. Selling a home can be overwhelming, especially in today's market. How do you know how much to ask for? Do you have a good agent? How should you prepare for the open house? We asked Beachwood realtor Ilana Gross to give her five best tips for selling a house in today's climate. 1. Pricing is everything. The old real estate adage of location, location, location has now been replaced with price, price, price. This is perhaps the most important step in preparing your home for a heavily competitive and saturated buyer's market. Your house is your home: you probably have memories attached to every room, drawer and …