Make a good first impression: Your first impression is your only impression. Since buyers will initially see your home’s exterior, make sure it looks neat and well-kept.
Stage your home: Make your home seem its best by decluttering, thoroughly cleaning, and perhaps completing quick fixes or modifications.
Set the correct pricing: You should review the neighborhood real estate market and take your home’s condition into account in order to set your price competitively. A Realtor can bring you comparables sales, pending listings and active listings for you to review and analyze.
Be accommodating when scheduling showings: The more accommodating you are, the more likely you are to find a buyer. Every time you decline a showing your home is essentially off the market and that buyer may lose interest.
Hire a real estate professional to help you sell your house: A real estate agent can help you with staging, hiring a professional photographer, analyzing sales data and guide you through the process of home inspections, appraisal, qualifying buyers and communicating with the Attorneys involved. The goal is to make sure the property closes, and you get the greatest price.