1. Research Local Market
It is important to research the local real estate market to properly price your home and get an understanding of what buyers are looking for.
2. Clean and Stage Home
Before listing, it is important to make sure that your home looks its best. This can include cleaning, decluttering, and staging the space in a way that will attract potential buyers.
3. Take Professional Photos
Professional photos help to show off all of the features of your home in the best light possible, making it more appealing to potential buyers.
4. Advertise Property
We want to make sure people know about our home listing! Advertising options may include online listings, open houses or hosting events or using social media to reach more potential buyers.
5. Negotiate Offers
After receiving offers from potential buyers, it is important to negotiate the terms of the sale to receive the best deal possible.
6. Prepare and Sign Contract
Before finalizing a sale, it is important to make sure that you have all necessary paperwork prepared including contracts and closing documents.
7. Close Sale
Once everything has been agreed upon, it is time to close the sale by transferring ownership of the home and settling any outstanding fees associated with the transaction.