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3 Tips to Sell a Home Quickly June 29, 2018

Southridge, Denton
3 Tips to Sell a Home Quickly , Denton, Texas

Many people don’t realize the effort it takes to sell a home and often make the mistake of listing prematurely. This can result in a property that sits on the market for months with little buyer interest. To avoid this, make sure you’ve done everything possible to ensure your listing stands out from the competition. This can easily be accomplished with the assistance of Lauri Bauman – Big Journey Homes at Keller Williams Realty. With close to two decades of experience helping the residents of Denton, Lake Dallas, Frisco, Flower Mound, Argyle, McKinney, and Corinth, TX, achieve their real estate goals, she understands what it takes to sell homes fast. She offers a few tips below for making a quick home sale this summer.

3 Steps You Can Take to Help Sell a Home Fast 

1. Get to Know Your Target Market 

If your wish is to sell a home quickly, you must understand how to advertise your listing to the correct target market. Buyers are generally broken up into six classifications, including entry level buyers, family, mature, leisure, investment, and high-end buyers. Do your research to see which demographic your property would be most appealing to and market it according to their spending habits and lifestyle.

2. Price It Right 

sell a homeYour asking price will make a considerable difference in how long it takes to get an offer on your home. When it’s priced at fair market value, you will have a much better chance of drawing buyers in than if it’s priced too high or too low. If it’s high, buyers will move on because it doesn’t fit their budget, but if it’s too low, buyers may think something is wrong with the property. To determine the right asking price, request a free evaluation from Lauri Bauman. 

3. Properly Prepare Your Property 

It’s crucial that your home is properly prepared to make the right impression on prospective buyers. Focus on enhancing curb appeal, packing personal items, cleaning, and making repairs. You may also consider investing in upgrades that yield a significant return, such as replacing faucets, updating appliances, and putting a fresh coat of paint on the walls.  

Whatever your reason for wanting to sell a home fast, taking these steps will help you speed up the process without sacrificing profit. You can increase your chances of success by enlisting the services of Lauri Bauman – Big Journey Homes at Keller Williams Realty. She knows how to attract serious buyers and put you in the position to receive multiple offers. Call (940) 321-5111 or text (214) 566-1088 to speak with her about listing your home, or visit her website to view a list of recent sales. 

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