Home Sellers Guide

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Regardless of where you are buying your home, the majority of the process is universal. Things do change over the years so you will want to gather all of the information you can. Talk to your real estate agent, your mortgage broker and research your own market.

When I’m out in the field meeting new people certain questions often come up. When you are selling a home, the first question is usually how do I find out an accurate price on my home. You will want to have a licensed REALTOR pull area comps and walk though your home to inspect it. The agent should also ask you about upgrades and get as much information from you as possible.

The condition of your home or any delayed maintenance can affect you when you go to sale. A good agent can help you sort through the details. Sometimes homes need a little love and something like a fresh coat of paint and installing neutral carpeting may be the key to helping you get top dollar.

The entrance of your home is also the first impression buyers have coming in the door. It sets the tone for the interior and overall objectivity of the home itself. I always recommend having the lawn, shrubs, trees and bushes manicured, maybe throwing in some fresh bark, rock or colorful perennials depending on the time of year. What’s important is that your home looks clean and cared for.

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