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5 Things You Should Know Before You Sell Your Home

Eddy Sua

Eddy Sua is the founder and Managing Broker of Capital Group Realty of South Florida AKA as “The Sua Team”...

Eddy Sua is the founder and Managing Broker of Capital Group Realty of South Florida AKA as “The Sua Team”...

Aug 16 3 minutes read

1. What issues does your home have?

Old roof, old air conditioning unit, noisy neighbors? A home inspection is part of the home selling and buying process, what issues will the inspector find? Potential home buyers should be made aware of such issues before going into a contract with them.  Depending on the size of the issue it may affect your home's value, you may choose to fix these issues to improve the value of your home.

2. What is the market trend in your neighborhood?

Know how much other homes are selling for in your neighborhood, are those homes selling well? This can impact the value of your home. If you find that the market trend is not where you would like it to be you might need to wait until prices go up before selling.

3. Should you hire a real estate agent?

A lot goes in before selling a home: marketing, preparing, and negotiating are all important aspects of the home selling process. A real estate agent can help you with each step of the process. 

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4. What date will your home be ready for the new owner to move in?

This is date will be important for both buyers and seller, the buyer will need to know when they can move in or start painting and renovating if need be. Do you have your next home in line or will you also need help with buying your next home?

5. Is your home viewing ready?

Make sure your home is ready for visitors! staging your home is important, potential buyers must be able to feel right at home. It can be as simple as cleaning up any messes around the house, opening blinds to let more light in or you can go as far as giving your home a fresh coat of paint, changing old light fixtures and appliances, or even renovating outdated kitchen and baths

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