Finding a realtor does not take the burden off the seller. In fact, the curb and the interior of a house should be prepared for sale before it is listed or the price will be reduced as the house lingers on the market.
A few tips will help the inexperienced seller meet the expectations of realtors and buyers.
Clearing Clutter Opens a Confined Space and Motivates Buyers
Unless the asking price is below market value and buyers know what to expect, clutter is a lack of consideration that curtails a showing. Clutter confuses and prevents a buyer from visualizing his potential new home says the experts from investment property of Texas.
An engaging interior keeps a buyer in the house and increases the opportunity of its sale. With this purpose in mind, homeowners can hire a professional stager, or at least begin the process:
- Rent storage space
- Get cardboard boxes, plastic containers, decorative baskets
- Get rid of clutter