Real Estate Selling Tips
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Marketing Your Home With Virtual Tours
I use the latest in marketing technology by using quality 360° Virtual Tours of the rooms that best highlight the value of your home. This helps improve the accessibility of your home and allows it to sell in a quick and timely fashion.
Free of charge, Deb will provide a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) that includes information on competing Guelph Real Estate listings, properties that have recently sold, and those that are currently pending.
In Addition Deb Will:
- Evaluate your property’s location and lot size.
- Appraise your home’s condition, size and age, and any improvements you have made. Review the assessed value of your home, taxes, and utility costs.
- Help determine what is the best selling feature of your home.
- Suggest what interior and exterior repairs should be considered.
Real Estate Selling Tips from Guelph Realtor Deb Olender.
From pricing your home to determining the market value, let Deb Olender guide you through the process. Here are a few tips to start
Tips on pricing your home to sell from Deb Olender, Guelph Real Estate Broker. Here are 6 ways the appeal of a reasonable price can actually make your sale much more successful.
The key to maximizing the sale price of your home is to attract as many buyers as possible.
Spare yourself delays, added costs, and frustration and avoid these mistakes with the help of your agent.
To set the price for your home when you list it for sale, you need to have an accurate idea of what your home is worth.
Hooray! Someone has made an offer on your home for sale. Now what?
Most homeowners (about 75%) sell their current home before buying a new one. This is because it provides a solid price range as you already know exactly what you will get for your old property.
By 2009, over 90% of all home buyers were using the internet as a source of information for listings and realtor services.
After all, choosing a first or new home is a big decision, and it’s important to be well-informed about a property you’re interested in.