Your home is among your most valuable assets, so when it comes time to sell, you naturally want to do everything in your power to maximize your return on investment. Even small actions can have a huge impact on your sale price, especially in today's hot real estate market. Fortunately, the steps for a successful home sale are fairly straightforward and have been proven effective time and time again.
When our clients ask how they can get the best return on their home sale, our REALTORS® always recommend the following actions:
Staging your home for viewing is an art unto itself. You want your home to feel like a home, but in a way that makes it possible for other people to view it as their home. Presenting your home for sale means that you have to view your home how a potential buyer might see it. Our REALTORS® are experienced in the art of pairing homes and buyers, but knowing what potential buyers notice first about your home will make your home-selling process much smoother.
Most homeowners know what to do to make their homes sell at an optimum price. You need to declutter, depersonalize, repaint, fix your appliances, etc. But you're still living in that house and as such, you're bound to slip into panic mode when you receive a short notice call from a prospective buyer, even if it's a virtual tour only. Fortunately for you, our REALTORS® have shared seven last-minute staging suggestions to help you set up your property for sale and avoid the panic.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected our lives in many ways, but the most obvious is that it has contained us in our homes for months. A calamity of this scale means lasting changes in the way we live and work. If you're planning on selling your home, our REALTORS® recommend adding the following in-demand features.
Our REALTORS® have been hard at work making sure Westchester County homeowners have access to the resources they need for selling success. At a time like this, that especially means their homes need to be empowered with a great online listing.
Online house listings have been growing in importance over the last few years. However, they have never been more critical than they are now. As old-fashioned home marketing methods are falling by the wayside, the online listing makes or breaks your sale.
Let's take a closer look at what makes a listing work.
The Pantone Color of The Year 2020 is Classic Blue; a timeless, calm, and soothing hue that takes its cue from the sky at dusk. Blue is plenty comfortable being a favorite of many people. Classic blue is not only trending, but it has stood the test of time. Some studies show that it's the world's most popular color. In the real estate world, Classic Blue is appearing everywhere from guest baths to kitchen islands to living room walls. So, if you're looking to sell your home in 2020, you may want to embrace the year's cool blue hue to set a relaxing tone and attract more buyers. Our REALTORS® have suggestions for how you can add classic touches to your home.
There's a lot of home-selling advice out there, and unfortunately, many sellers feel like they can only be successful if they sell during spring or summer. But the truth is, houses can and do sell at any time of year. And if you get your home ready for buyers, our REALTORS® can work with you to get your house sold. Decluttering, cleaning, and making repairs should always be your first steps, no matter when you sell. Then add these winter home sale tips to impress buyers.
The colorful fall foliage can create a picturesque backdrop on your property, but you'll want to include more than nature's beauty in your curb appeal efforts. Improving curb appeal will get the attention of buyers for Bronxville homes for sale and make them want to see all your home has to offer. Our REALTORS® have some suggestions for how you can make a big impact with buyers.
Families grow and change over time. The house that once met your needs may longer have enough space. When you've outgrown your home, you have two options: build on to your existing house or look at Bronxville homes for sale. Each option gives your family more living space, but which one is best? Here are a few things you should consider when you're deciding whether to add on or move on.
Utility bills are a top concern for home buyers as they decide which Bronxville homes for sale are best suited for their needs. Moreover, the rising tide of eco-consciousness throughout New York means that home buyers are interested in more than just how much an energy-efficient home can save them each month. Home sellers in Westchester County whose home features eco-friendly design and features have an appeal to buyers that gives them an advantage when the "For Sale" sign goes up in the front yard.