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Why Your Condo Is Not Selling Part 2

Todays Date: November 21, 2018

We’ve taken a close look at how to get yourself on track when selling your condo. Now in part two of this article series we’re going to take a closer look at other common issues sellers face and how they can be avoided.

If your home is difficult to get to for any reason (over growth of trees, no walkway etc.) you can expect the sale of your home to take longer. Most agents and buyers are buys people and will likely pass on your property if it is a hassle. The last thing you want when selling your home is to turn away potential buyers before they even have a chance to view your house. It is always a good idea to use an automated lock box. This way other agents and their clients may view your home while you are away, it also records all the agents that have seen the property.

Location has a huge impact on how quickly your home will sell. If you are in a central location or an area with a good reputation then you can likely count on a smooth sale. If you are in an area that is not well known or further away it is going to be up to your Realtor to market the benefits of living in your area. How close you are to basic amenities like grocery stores, gas stations, and family basics like schools, parks (etc.) will have an impact on the sale of your home as well. Make sure to highlight features like: “well developed area”, “quiet and restful”

Details count, for a lot! When you go to sell your home, have your personal Realtor come in and evaluate your property. 9 times out of 10 they will have a list of things you should do in order to sell your home quickly and for the price you want. Basic things that must be done no matter what are: give the walls a fresh coat of paint. If you do not have the time and can afford to have someone do it for you, then make sure to wash them very well. This makes one of the biggest cosmetic differences to your home. Things like carpet, tiles, even the grout between the tiles should sparkle without exception. A simple rule to follow is: if it can be cleaned it should be, and if can be cleaner or sparkle a little more than it should.

Next time in this article series we will be discussing the finer aspects of dealing with buyers, their demands and how to maximize the value of your home.

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