Thinking About Selling?



Selling your home can be a difficult process, but it doesn't have to be. We'll help you navigate the pitfalls and make sure you get the best possible price for your property. This is a great time to get your home on the market! With all of the buyers in the market, timing is everything and you don't want to miss out on any potential buyers. Make sure that your home is ready to be shown by having it staged and cleaned, making sure that all repairs are finished, and that you have lived in the house for at least six months so buyers can see what you have done with it.

Home buyers have more options than before and they know it.

The housing market has changed since you bought your home. Today, buyers have more options than ever before and they know it. Buyers are more educated, informed, and savvy. They are demanding and expect the best from their real estate agent, from the seller, and from themselves. They want a smooth transaction with no surprises along the way - no delays because of financing issues or problems with inspections after closing; no surprises about utility costs after closing; no surprises about who is responsible for which repairs when selling their home as well as what disclosures need to be made to prospective buyers—and these expectations often extend beyond just these immediate concerns into other aspects of buying a home such as choosing an appropriate neighborhood (with good schools) or finding the right floor plan within an available price range.

As a seller, you need to price right and make sure the home shows well.

  • Showing well: In order to get top dollar for your house, it needs to show well - clean inside and out! It's also important that all repairs are completed before putting up signs or listing online.

  • Price right: This is one of the biggest mistakes sellers make when it comes to selling their homes. It's important to remember that pricing your home correctly from the outset can mean saving yourself thousands of dollars in commission fees and getting your home sold faster

  • factors that affect value:
    -Size and condition of the home
    -Location in relation to schools, shopping centers, and other amenities
    -Age and style of the neighborhood

Getting your home priced right

The first thing you need to do is determine the market value of your home. This can be done by comparing it to similar homes that have sold recently and are currently on the market. You'll also want to look at how long homes in your area have been on the market and what their average time on the market has been. If houses in your neighborhood are selling after an average of 30 days, or less, it might mean that there's pent-up demand for your home but not necessarily a lot of competition from other sellers.

The next step is determining an appropriate pricing strategy for your property. Are you hoping to get as much money as possible out of this deal? Or would you rather sell quickly? What price point will attract buyers while still giving them enough incentive to bid against each other? Once again, comparing recent sales prices can help with this decision—provided there are multiple homes nearby with similar finishes and sizes (and if they're still available).


There’s no mystery to selling a home in today’s market. If you price your home right, it will sell. There are still opportunities for buyers of all kinds and for sellers with any type of property condition or location. And there are many ways to get the most from professional services like staging and real estate photography that can make a huge difference in how quickly your house sells—and at what price! So let our agents here at Hero Homes Group-eXp Realty take the stress off of selling for you!


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