Maggie Titus | April 5, 2022
Even a strong seller’s market doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell. If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your home before putting it on the market.
Start by connecting with a real estate agent as soon as possible. Having the eyes and ears of an insightful real estate professional on your side can help you boost your home’s appeal to buyers. What’s more, beginning the preparation process early allows you to tackle repairs and upgrades that can increase your property’s value.
Use this checklist to figure out what other tasks you should complete in the months leading up to listing your home. While everyone’s situation is unique, these guidelines will help you make sure you’re ready to sell when the time is right. Of course, you can always call us if you’re not sure where to start or what to tackle first. We can help customize a plan that works for you.
AS SOON AS YOU THINK OF SELLING
Whether you have months or weeks to plan your move, these first steps will help you get ahead.
1 MONTH (OR MORE) BEFORE YOU LIST
Turn your attention to the minor updates that play a major role in how buyers perceive your home.
1 WEEK BEFORE YOU GO TO MARKET
Now it’s time to focus on the small details that will really make your home shine.
DAY OF SHOWING
Take care of these finishing touches to give buyers the best possible impression.
DON’T WAIT TO PREP YOUR HOME FOR SELLING
If you want to get top dollar for your home, don’t put it on the market before it’s ready. The right preparation can make all the difference when it comes to maximizing the offers you get. Call our team if you’re thinking about selling your home, even if you’re not sure when. It’s never too early to seek the guidance of your real estate agent and start preparing your home to sell.
You’ve got questions and we can’t wait to answer them.