Maria Pia Mcleod P. A.
Date Published: 2019-11-12
A house is not sold only because of its size or location. I share with you some factors that influence the speed at which you can sell your house.
1. Attractive exterior
The conditions of the facade of the house, in most cases, is the number one factor that influences the amount of time a property remains in the market.
2. Homes ready to be inhabited
Houses that are not furnished and that do not need any adjustments or retouching tend to be sold more quickly, since this means that the property has everything ready for a new family to live comfortably inside it.
3. Quality photos
In most cases, houses that are marketed showing professional photos are sold faster and at higher prices than those marketed through amateur photos.
Staging techniques are based on improving the attractiveness of the home. That is, if you clean, decorate, paint or aromatize the house, it is likely that the prospective buyer will take a very good impression of the property.
5. Virtual tours
Doing virtual tours that help marketing the house reduces the time of sale.
6. A Real Estate agent
A Real Estate agent who knows the market and has a network of potential buyers will help sell your house faster than an inexperienced agent.
This article is made for informative and divulgative purposes. For this reason, it is important that before making any decision, visit or contact a certified specialist in the field, since the opinion of the expert is the one that should be considered.
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