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Tips to Help Make a Fast Home Sale

happy couple hugging outside of a home they sold with a fast home saleWhen you are selling a home, the one thing most people want is to close. Getting a fast home sale is always appreciated, but not always achieved. The Brian Burds Home Selling Team can help you make a fast home sale. There are a few things you can do as a home seller to help get your home sold quickly. The first is to decorate your home accordingly, and to focus on the first 30 days of your home’s listing. Doing these two things should help you make a fast home sale.

Decorate Your Home to Sell

Making a fast home sale is easier with indoor and outdoor appeal. For most buyers, the first impression is the only impression that matters. This means your outdoor appeal should be on point. The house needs to look clean, and cared for. If you have grass, it should be mowed and de-weeded regularly. If the paint on the outside is chipping or faded, do some touch ups. The same should be done inside as well. Any faded or chipped paint should be touched up. This goes for any cracks or other minor damages too. Staging is also helpful for a fast home sale. Staging is when you make your home look a certain way.

So now, imagine a showroom, full of furniture. All of it has been staged to show off the quality of the pieces, and increase its desirability. Your home can also be staged to show off the qualities of your home. Removing bulky pieces of furniture help the home look bigger. Getting light drapes makes room look lighter. This makes a person feel happier. Staging helps increase the appeal of the home, which makes it sell faster.

The First 30 Days

Making a fast home sale basically comes down to the first 30 days your home is on the market. This is when your home will get the most attention and is most likely to sell or not. To help make this period of time productive. You can do a number of things. The two biggest helps is to make you home accessible and list your home at the price you want. Making your home accessible is all about opening up your home.

This means open houses, signs and listings. The more people you get to see your home in the first 30 days, the more chances you have of selling. Open houses are great ways to attract people to your home. If you have staged your home, then the house will already be appealing. Listing you home at the price you want is better for selling. The old advice of start high and go down can make your home stay on the market longer. Skip the haggling and just set the price accordingly. This will help people make up their minds faster as well.

Achieve a Fast Home Sale with the Brian Burds Home Selling Team!

Getting a fast home sale is possible. The Brian Burds Home Selling Team can help your home sell fast. It really depends on how you decorate your home. The first 30 days the house is on the market is also incredibly important. If you follow these two tips, then you should be able to sell your home quickly.




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    One thought on “Tips to Help Make a Fast Home Sale”

    • Taylor Bishop

      October 4, 2017 at 9:35 AM

      I just wanted to thank you for going over some tips for selling a home. I actually hadn’t considered that it could be important to make sure that light drapes could actually make a room feel lighter. This seems like it could be a great option for large windows or something similar. I’m a bit interested to visually see some examples of this, or at least to compare what the home looked like before the staging tactics were implemented.


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