As a home seller, “you never get a second chance to make a first impression.” At all times, you must put “your best foot forward” because “even the little things mean a lot.” Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to help your home pass the prospect’s scrutiny and put on a good show. You will find the time, effort and “elbow grease” you put into each home showing will be well worth it. It will help you portray a feeling of pride in ownership, which is one of the main features prospective buyers are seeking
Under the looking glass. Imagine the home buyer walking into your home with a large magnifying glass ready to examine every nook and cranny. Even if the magnifying glass may not be physically visible, it is present to every prospective home buyer. That’s why it is up to you, the home seller, to present your home in the most appealing way possible in order to gain that competitive edge. Look at it like this: the prospect is not there to buy your home – the prospect is there to eliminate it. They buy the home they can’t eliminate. This blog may help you in passing each critical examination by your prospective buyers. Click here to learn the details.
Let’s look at some specific questions sent in by DearMonty readers from across the country. Read more Q&A articles about the “Marketing and Showing” stage of the Home Selling process: