All the hard work you did in parts one and two can be undone in an instant if you ignore this last piece of advice.
In essence, we are preparing the home to be a product on the market. If you plan to live in the home while it’s being shown, then I unequivocally recommend you invoke the help of a home stager.
I’m here to talk about maximizing your sales price, and that process is the same regardless of how “hot” the market is. In this article, we’ll talk about the first step in the process: deferred maintenance.
When it comes to Making a Successful Home Purchase, the deed isn’t done once the seller accepts your offer. In a lot of ways, the work has only just begun.
A house will sell for whatever the market says it’s worth, so what we’re really trying to accomplish is a meeting of the minds. How is that going to happen?
The age-old saying goes something like “If you fail to plan, you’re planning to fail.” And we don’t want that, especially when we’re talking about the biggest investment most of us will ever make.