Did you finally make the decision to list your house, but find yourself having a hard time selling it? Here are some mistakes you might be making and ideas on how to fix them.
Did you know that on average, U.S. homeowners spend $4,838 in home improvements yearly according to the American Housing Survey? But in reality most homebuyers want a move-in-ready house because after making the biggest purchase of their lives, the last thing they want to have to deal with are costly repairs. The thing is that as the seller, you may also not want to deal with repairs that will be expensive and time-consuming. The good news is that Homeinc buys houses as-is, which means you could sell your home in as little as 10 days.
2. It’s overpriced:
Another mistake you could be making is listing your house at a price that’s too high. You might have to do some research and objectively compare properties around your neighborhood with your own to price your house accordingly. If you’re not getting any offers, try going lower on the price. If you’re still unsure about what’s a convenient price Homeinc offers free property analysis where an experienced acquisition manager will conduct a quick examination on your property. This includes valuing your home considering its age, needed repairs, ownership complications, and market position. This professional analysis is free of cost to you.
3. You need better pictures
Almost 50% of homebuyers start their search online. It’s very possible that if your listing has just a few pictures that are bad quality or show very little of the house, potential buyers will pass on your house.
4. You’re not showing your house’s potential
Homebuyers might be missing on your house’s potential if it need some repairs or is lacking furniture. You can easily fix this with staging apps that you can download to show what your house would look like with a few renovations and decorations.
Remember that you can always call Homeinc (888)850-2636 for a free property analysis or if you want to sell your home as-is to avoid dealing with costly repairs.