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7 Best-Kept Secrets to 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 4 minutes read

Are you feeling overwhelmed about selling your home? We know that you want to sell your home FAST and at the BEST price possible, but you may be feeling stressed about the whole selling process. With the proper approach and a little hard work, your home can be sold in no time and at top dollar!

Keep reading to find out our 7 best-kept secrets to selling your home.

The FIRST impression is the ONLY impression

When it comes to selling you only have ONE chance to make a good first impression. Even if the interior of your home looks amazing the buyer is already making judgments before walking through the front door. 

Secret #1: Having good curb appeal. It is important to make your potential buyers feel welcomed and safe. Typically you can get a 100% return on the investment you made to improve the exterior of your home. Check out our 10 tips to increase curb appeal.

Price it Right

Find out what your home is really worth, get the value of your home here. Take 15% - 20% off of that valuation, this will help attract more potential buyers which is the key to creating a bidding war. 

Secret #2: Price it right. In this case, they will bid above the price of what your home is actually worth. By creating a sense of competition, you will ultimately increase the price that buyers are willing to pay. Many sellers are hesitant to price their home below what the market value is, but this is one of the best strategies to take when trying to sell your home.

De-Personalize your Home

Secret #3: "Take the home out of your home". The more personal stuff like pictures that you have in your home the harder time buyers will have visualizing themselves living there. Remove things like family photographs, keepsakes, and even pets. If possible keep your pet at a neighbors house or with friends/family while potential buyers are visiting. Not everyone loves cats or dogs. Don't forget to hide pet beds, toys, food bowls, litter boxes etc. 

Light it Up

Did you know we’re psychologically programmed to move toward light? Secret #4: good lighting is something every buyer wants in a home. A great way to add light into your home is to open your curtains, clean your windows, and increase the wattage of your light bulbs. The focus is on making your home as bright and cheery as possible!

Hire a Tech-Savvy Listing Agent

Sticking a "FOR SALE" sign in your yard is not enough anymore!  Your agent should be especially knowledgeable about the MLS and comps in your neighborhood but also tech-savvy. Agents who embrace technology have many tools to gain digital exposure for your home.

See how Team Sua uses tech-savvy strategies to help you sell your home. Why Hire Us?

The Kitchen is the Heart of the Home

To a buyer, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. If you remodel your kitchen there is a good chance that you will recoup your investment at the time of the sale. Selling your home with an outdated kitchen may cause you to lose up to $10,000 off of your asking price. 

Secret #6: adding a fresh coat of paint and new cabinets is a fast and inexpensive way to update your kitchen.

Always be Ready to Show

Secret #7: Your home has to be ready to show at all times. Make sure that it is clean and ready for guests, that means no dirty dishes in the sink! Keep all surfaces clear from clutter and all bathrooms sparkling.

Are you ready to sell your home? Contact Us!

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