Home Selling Advice

"I want to sell my home" or "I'm thinking of putting my property on the market." There are a lot of ways to say it, but ultimately, you are making the decision to put (more than likely) the LARGEST investment you've ever made on the line and hope to get the offer you are wanting.

With HOME Real Estate, we build community every day by providing exceptional advice and service to our sellers, helping our clients make smart decisions that benefit their families, because HOME is where the heart is.

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When it's time to sell your home, the best advice is: leave it to a professional. Trained real estate agents have experience in helping prepare your house to get maximum value, have the know-how to stage a successful open house and will help close the sale. Not to mention, they handle the mountain of paper and leg work needed for a successful real estate transaction. Work with a trusted HOME Real Estate Agent, and you will receive exceptional service in addition to powerful and effective marketing -- both conventional and online.

Here are a couple tips and tricks before you list:

  • Before you sell, knowing what your property is worth is very important. HOME Real Estate's home value estimator gives you a ballpark of what your house is worth. It just takes seconds to get a free home value estimate, as well as view comparable home sales in your area.
  • Prepare your home and yard for a great first impression. Consider what a potential buyer sees and thinks when they drive up to your listing for the first time. By creating an inviting and kempt exterior, more buyers are likely to call for a tour or stop for an open house.
  • When your home is on the market, it's important that the interior and exterior areas are clean and maintained. Make a schedule or search Pinterest for a cleaning calendar. By keeping yourself on task, you will always be prepared to leave your home for a quick showing without a panic.
  • Get a pre-inspection of your home. Most buyers make offers contingent on a satisfactory inspection. By catching red-flags early, you will be able to make repairs before you list. This will help speed along your closing and help make your home more attractive to buyers looking to make an offer.


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