Home Seller's Guide

From Listing to Closing:

Everything You Need to Know About Selling Your Home

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How Homes Sell

Factors That Influence Home’s Value




Pricing your home accurately is the most effective way to ensure a successful sale.




Buyers pay a very close attention to the homes’ condition. The less work needed, the more value home has.




Often more important than the condition of the home. In the end, you can renovate the house, but cannot change the location.



The Market

Such factors as Supply & Demand, Interest Rates and economic condition, play a role in home sales.




Most desirable features: open floor plan, size, private back yard, etc-increase home’s value.




Strategic marketing will highlight the features of your home and increase the value of your home in the eyes of the buyers.

Selling with Natasha Lingle

When selling with Natasha, her clients benefit from her innovative approach to marketing, powerful negotiating skills, keen attention to detail and organizational skills.

Natasha goes above and beyond traditional marketing; she works with top photographers, videographers and graphic designers to develop custom marketing plans that set her sellers’ listings apart from the competition.


Organizing & Depersonalizing

Buyers like homes that are de-cluttered, organized, and staged because it helps them to see the potential of the space, creates a positive emotional response, and makes the home appear move-in ready. Preparing your home for sale will bring more buyers through the door, sell your home quickly, and maximize the sale price.

Every room in the house will need your attention. These are a few items to start with:

  • Declutter! Consider it pre-packing for your move. Box up books, clothes, and personal items and place hem (neatly!) in the garage or – better yet – a rented storage unit.
  • Don’t forget to include memorabilia in those decluttering bins. Family photos, diplomas, and the kids’ artwork should all go.
  • Keep closets, basement, and attic as empty as possible to maximize the appearance of storage space.

This Home Seller’s Guide Will Help you:

Prepare Your Home for Sale
Evaluate Current Market Conditions
Set the Right Price
Effectively Market Your Home
Negotiate Best Deal
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