Review Your Home Selling Options

by Susan Brown, Broker/Realtor® 05/03/2020

When it comes to selling a house, there is no need to make rash decisions. Instead, you should review your home selling options closely so you can make informed choices time and time again.

There are many factors to consider as you review your home selling plans, and these include:

1. Your Home's Condition

How your home looks to buyers may have far-flung effects on your house selling experience. If you allocate time and resources to upgrade your house's appearance, you could boost the likelihood of enjoying a fast, profitable home selling journey.

First, you may want to upgrade your house's curb appeal. You can mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other home exterior upgrades to bolster your house's curb appeal and differentiate your residence from other properties.

You should clean each room of your house, too. That way, homebuyers may be more likely than ever before to fall in love with your residence as soon as they walk through your house's front door.

2. The Current State of the Housing Market

The current state of the housing market may dictate how you price your home. If you analyze the local housing sector, you can set a competitive initial asking price for your residence.

Take a look at available houses in your city or town that are similar to your own. You then can use this information to establish a price range for your residence.

Also, find out how long recently sold houses in your area were available before they were purchased. This housing market data can help you determine if the current housing market favors buyers or sellers.

3. Your Home Selling Goals

Consider what you want to accomplish during the home selling journey. By doing so, you can map out what you will need to do to achieve your home selling goals.

For instance, if you want to sell your residence as quickly as possible, you may want to establish an aggressive initial asking price for your home. On the other hand, if you want to optimize your home sale earnings, you may want to consider myriad possibilities to promote your residence to as many potential buyers as you can.

For those who want to review their home selling options, you may want to collaborate with a real estate agent as well. In fact, with a real estate agent at your side, you can get the help you need to streamline the home selling journey.

A real estate agent offers comprehensive insights that you can use to accomplish your desired home selling results. Plus, he or she is ready to respond to your home selling concerns and questions. And if you are unsure about how to navigate the home selling journey, a real estate agent can provide guidance to help you make informed decisions.

Ready to list your residence? Consider the aforementioned factors, and you can plan ahead for all aspects of the home selling journey.

About the Author
Author

Susan Brown, Broker/Realtor®

Hi, I'm Susan Brown. Every sale has a buyer, a seller, a challenge, a peak, a valley a closing, & a solid story. A good agent makes that story pleasant. Although I lean towards representing Sellers, I find myself with Buyers who seek an active listener, a knowledgeable agent & a futurist. Let's begin the narrative.

PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION

NC Real Estate Broker: REALTOR, 2012 to current

CA Real Estate Sales Agent/REALTOR License, 1979-2019 (25+ years) 

Los Angeles, CA: Internet/Online/New Media Sales/Business Development-Startups, IPO & Post IPO

Los Angeles, CA: Financial Marketing @Quotron Systems, now Reuters

NC-UNCW: Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship: Google Analytics Certified

Boston, MASS: High School Math Teacher

CREDENTIALS & MEMBERSHIPS:

BA Degree: University of Massachusetts, Amherst Mass

Distinctive Properties® -Certification, Luxury Homes, ERA®

Own America-Certification, Investment Program, Coldwell Banker Seacoast

Seller Security Plan (SSP®)-Certification, We Buy Homes, ERA®

Member: Cape Fear Realtors (Local MLS), NCAR (No Carolina Association of Realtors), & NAR (National Association of Realtors)

LEED (Vers. 4-Course Completion: US Green Building council Chapter ((USGBC) 9/17/2015

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CAPE FEAR MLS: Governmental Affairs, Global Business Council, Project Member

Cucalurus Film Festival, Volunteer

Kenan Chapel, Landfall, Wilmington, NC, Volunteer

Wilmington, Jewish Film Festival, Volunteer & Grant Writer

Independent Film Festival, Volunteer

Cape Fear Women in Technology, Founding Member

OLLIE (Osher Lifelong Learning institute), UNCW, Wilmington, volunteer

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS (AARP): Wilmington, Volunteer

WRAR MLS: Governmental Affairs: Strong Neighborhood Action Program (SNAP), Project Member