Contrary to popular belief, you don’t need to have an open house if you’re selling your own home. In fact, an open house might actually just be a waste of time. Not convinced? Check out these common open house myths. Myth 1: Open Houses Benefit the Seller Real
If your property is on the market and you’ve never shown a home before, you may be a little nervous about the process. Potential buyers can ask you all sorts of questions, and you really want to make the sale – so you don’t want to mess anything up.
Sellers often ask us where they can find and purchase open house signs. Whether you’re looking for small signs to put up at the neighborhood entrance, or you want a larger one to put in your yard, there are many options available. Online Retailers: There are a number of
Spring is now in full swing, and with a change in seasons comes new considerations for home showings, curb appeal, and maintenance. Put your home’s best features forward year-round with these useful tips. Prepare for changes in the weather: Depending on where you live, different seasons can mean a
When you’re selling your own home, it can be nerve wracking to watch buyers walk through your property. How can you tell if they’re just checking it out to satisfy their curiosity or if they are serious enough to make an offer? This post will explain seven things
As a homeowner who has decided to go the for sale by owner route, it’s your job to show your home, sell your home and to handle all the required paperwork. Frankly, you’ve got a lot on your plate. To maximize your time, ask potential buyers the following
If a buyer wants to see your home but isn’t able to tour it in person, they may request a virtual showing. It used to be a pretty big pain for sellers to set up virtual home tours, but thanks to advances in technology, the process has gotten a