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Do's & Don'ts of Selling Property July 11, 2019

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Do's & Don'ts of Selling Property, Ashland, Kentucky

When you're ready to sell a house, your biggest concerns are finding a buyer in a reasonable time frame and getting the best price you can for your home. While some factors are out of your control, there are many steps you can take as a homeowner to attract buyers who fulfill your ideal criteria. Before you start selling property, keep the following principles in mind.


Make your house look its best

When your home's features and fixtures are functional, well-maintained, and up to date, buyers can feel comfortable and confident buying your house. They won’t worry about what they'll have to replace or fix when they move in. Once you have all the minor maintenance covered, you can also spruce up your home’s exterior with new paint, roofing work, and landscaping to improve the curb appeal.

Provide viewing opportunities

Selling-PropertyNo one is going to buy your home without seeing it. When selling property, make it easier for interested parties to view the interior. In addition to keeping your schedule open and making sure that someone is home most of the time, you should also keep the interior tidy. If these tasks are difficult for you to consistently maintain, discuss the possibility of scheduling an open house with your real estate agent.


Price it too high

When selling property, you want the best price you can get, but it's also important to be realistic. When researching the housing market in the area, don't look at the prices of houses currently listed. Instead, ask your real estate agent for the prices of homes that have recently sold, since this is an indication of what buyers are willing to pay. Consider the size and features of your home, as well as the area it's in. Your realtor will also offer you useful advice regarding pricing.

Hire an inexperienced agent

Because you're relying on your real estate agent to advise you about the process, find you buyers, and watch out for your interests during negotiation, you want someone with skill and experience. It may initially be cheaper to hire someone less experienced, but they can end up costing you thousands of dollars on the final sale price. Instead, look for an agent with experience and a successful track record. Ask friends and family whom they recommend, and read reviews online to learn about other people's experiences with different agencies.



If you need help getting a better deal when selling property, choose RE/MAX Real Team Realty in Ashland, KY. This real estate agency is number one in the area, with a number of multi-million-dollar agents. They’re comfortable using modern technological approaches like online listings to make your experience easier, and they provide a tailored approach with each sale. To get started, call these real estate experts at (606) 325-0407 or learn more about their team online.

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