What is My Home Worth?
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Lindsey Realty--we speak your language and your business means the world to us!
When you're looking for a partner to help you negotiate the complexities of selling a home, you've come to the right place. The experience, dedication and strong communication you'll receive here will help ensure the successful and profitable sale of your home:
1. The Local Advantage - Take advantage of a broad spectrum of technologies and tools to support the sale of your home from start to close.
2. Internet Advertising - Since the lion's share of home buyers starts their search on the internet, top placement on search engines is essential. You'll gain access to placement on Google, Bing, and other websites. This will maximize your exposure and bring a large number of potential buyers to view information about your home.
3. Email Campaigns - It's important to "work the network." We can work together to identify the right people to target your home-and get in touch with them by email to drive excitement and interest.
4. Personal Touch - Of course, technology alone won't sell your home. Face-to-face interaction provides the advantage to sell your home-and you won't have to worry about a thing. The details will be handled with care and constant communication, to ensure the marketing and sale of your home go smoothly.
Home Listing Syndication
Your home can be advertised on websites all across the web, making sure buyers see your home and everything it offers. Here are some of the national sites where your home will appear:
PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR A QUICK SALE!
Your home will sell quicker and for a better price when you implement some of the following suggestions on how to show your home to potential buyers. First, with the mindset of a buyer, access your property as though you were looking to buy it. What improvements are needed? What items are likely to be worrisome to a buyer and cause them to walk away or make a reduced offer?
1) Curb Appeal: a well-kept, neatly landscaped property will inspire serious buyers to make an appointment for a closer look. Garbage/Recycling containers should be out of view and the lawn freshly trimmed. Fertilizing will help your lawn look lush and green. Woodwork should be free of chipped or cracking paint. If necessary, replace rotten boards and repaint. Avoid parking vehicles on the street in front of your home. Remember that the front of your home is what the buyer sees first and YOU WANT TO MAKE A GOOD FIRST IMPRESSION.
2) Welcoming Entrance: the front door should be clean or freshly painted. Brass knobs should be polished. Adding a planter of fresh flowers on the front porch or a decorative wreath on the front door sets the tone for a great experience on the inside.
3) Little Things Make a Big Difference: repair all loose doorknobs, cabinet hinges, dripping faucets, stained sinks, loose or missing caulking, sticking doors and windows as well as damaged or missing window screens.
4) Clutter is not Acceptable: the neater the better. When rooms are organized and free of clutter they appear larger. When possible sewing rooms, utility rooms, home offices, and even the attic should be as organized and clean as the main living areas of your home.
5) Let the Light Shine In: drapes, curtains, blinds, shades should be open to allow plenty of light into your house. An open, airy feeling generates comfort and welcomes the potential buyer. Turn on all the lights when showing your house at night. Use brighter bulbs if necessary.
6) Storage Rules: neat, well-organized closets appear larger and larger closets sell homes.
7) Bathrooms Must Sparkle: sanitize and remove stains from sink, toilets and bathtubs, including hard water spots on shower enclosure doors. If drains run slowly, unclog them. Hang fresh towels on towel racks.
8) Spic and Span Kitchen: it is the most important room in the house. Make it bright and attractive. The emptier it is, the larger it will appear. Do not leave dirty dishes in the sink or dishwasher or on countertops or stove. Countertop appliances should be stored away. Clean the ventilating hood over the stove. Wipe down cabinets, appliances, countertops. Floors should be clean and worn flooring should be replaced or repaired.
9) Showtime: while your home is being shown, current occupants must leave the home if at all possible. Potential buyers feel uncomfortable, rushed and pressured when occupants remain in the home. Leave the home with soft music playing. Make sure pets are in their kennels or better yet, removed from the home during the showing.
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