6 Ways Your House Might Turn Buyers off Instantly

    6 Ways Your House Might Turn Buyers off Instantly

    Nov 14, 2017

    The Way You Live In A Home And The Way You Sell A Home Are TWO Very Different Things!

     Many homeowners unnecessarily lose money when they sell their homes. They don’t lose money because someone took advantage of them, nor do they lose money because it wasn’t “marketed” well.

    Even Seasoned Homeowners Lose Thousands of Dollars

    Because They Didn’t Know About The Important Factors

    That Influence The Value Of Their Homes

         If you desire to sell your home for top dollar, and in your time frame, you need to do two things: 1) Get control of your personal emotions about your home, and 2) Place yourself in the shoes of potential buyers. Look at your home the way they would, and make it appealing in the right areas. 

         I know it's hard not to have sentimental feelings about the handcrafted mantle you installed in 1980 by your dad. But letting feeling control your decisions might position your home to sell for less than top dollar, and in your time frame. 

         After all, selling your house is very different from any other financial transaction. Your house isn’t just a “thing.” It’s your HOME!

         It’s the place where you raised your children. The place where you hold countless family memories…Thanksgiving dinners, family reunions, birthdays, anniversaries and more. It’s the place where you solved problems over the kitchen table late at night. 

         So it’s no surprise that selling your home may involve a bit of sadness, fear…or even excitement for the next move in your life.

         Try not to let these emotions get in the way of a prudent sale. The tips and suggestions in this report will help.

    Here Are Six Problems Your Home May Have

    That Can Instantly Turn Buyers Off

         Potential buyers are much more likely to visit a home that impresses them with their online photos, while homes with few or poor quality photos that appear disorderly or poorly maintained seldom sustain buyer interest.

    1.     Home Odors. Because homeowners become desensitized to the odors in their homes, they rarely realize how obvious odors can be to visitors. This is particularly true of pet owners and smokers. 

    I will post more tips tomorrow. If you can't wait, contact me & I will email you the entire article right away. Better yet, message me & I will be happy to come to your house & do a free consultation with you on the way to maximize your return in selling your house. (Provided you are not already listed with an agent because the ethics & law prohibits me to comment on other agent's listings.)

    happy Tuesday! #sell my house.