What Not To Do When Selling Your Home: 5 Buyer Turnoffs

What Not To Do When Selling Your Home

What Not To Do When Selling Your Home: 5 Buyer Turnoffs

Selling your home is a stressful time. No home is flawless, but there are several things you can easily do to help it sell. You want to be the house the buyers can’t stop thinking about, not the house the buyers can’t stop laughing about.

Help make it a faster sale by avoiding these 5 buyer turnoffs: Continue reading

3 types of Low Ball Offers (and how to respond to them)

3 types of low ball offers and how to respond to them

So you got a “Low Ball” Offer…Unfortunately, “low ball offers” are more common than you may think, particularly among investors. A “lowball offer” is an offer that is far below a home’s asking price (sometimes ridiculously low—but the value of “low” is in the eyes of the recipient). There is not really a benchmark for how low an offer is to be considered a “low ball,” but believe me, if you receive one, you’ll know!

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If You Were Selling Today, Would You Have the Home That Buyers Want?

If You Were Selling Today, Would You Have the Home That Buyers Want?

By: Dona DeZube

LISTED BY LISA: SOLD BY LIST

Knowing what appeals to today’s homebuyers, and considering those trends when you remodel, can pay off years from now when you sell your home.

Two new surveys about what homebuyers want have me feeling pretty smug about my own home choices. Maybe you’ll feel the same.
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