Sell your House…after you’ve done this
Selling a house can be one of the most stressful experiences for a property owner. There are hundreds of things to look after before he can sell. Some of these things include repairs, cleaning the house and sorting out personal stuff. Apart from all these things, he will also have to do some research on the real estate market and then find suitable buyers. To make this process a not so difficult one, the best option is to hire the services of a real estate agent.
Real estate agents know everything there is to know about the real estate market. They will be able to give you sound advice on what price you should quote for your house. As they are well versed with property rates in a particular area, they can tell you if you have under quoted or over quoted. Property prices will be higher depending on where the house is located. For example, if the house is built in a posh area of town or if it is a beach house. Also, prices can be quoted higher if the house has certain amenities like a swimming pool or if itâ€™s being sold fully furnished to include all the furniture and kitchen appliances.
Every buyer expects his new house to be as he or she imagined it to be, with a nice paved driveway, a well kept lawn, painted walls and good floors. There has never been a buyer who prefers otherwise. So it is important for the seller to make sure that his house is in a good condition at the time he wants to sell it. Repair work like mending of fences, replacing bad wiring, fixing faulty faucets and getting new plumbing are critical to ensure that the house fetches a good price. It is only when the house is brought up to the market value that the seller can expect a good price for it. Besides the repair work, the seller should be smart enough to keep the interiors of the house clean at the time the buyer is expected to show up for a property inspection. This means he should ensure that there is no unnecessary clutter strewn over the floors. He should clean the windows and doors and make sure the furniture is not dusty. He should also vacuum the carpets and upholstery to ensure that the house does not smell foul. This should be done especially in the case of houses which have not been lived in for a couple of months.
Once all of this has been taken care of, the real estate agent can concentrate on giving interested buyers a tour of the property. Based on their willing to pay the sellerâ€™s price, an agreement can be made and if possible a sale can be closed. Good real estate agents also help with the paperwork related to the transfer of the house in the buyerâ€™s name. To know more about how a real estate agent can help you with selling your property in Looe, click here www.strattoncreber.co.uk/forsaleoffice/looe/1086/
Published on May 21, 2014
Selling a house can be one of the most stressful experiences for a property owner. There are hundreds of things to look after before he can...