PREPARING YOUR HOME FOR SALE
Preparing your home for sale
Staging a home for sale can be an issue for residential and seasoned investors, allow us to look at it through buyers’ eyes. We’ll tell you what needs to be done to make it sizzle. You want potential buyers to find it as delightful, charming and appealing as you did on the day you bought it. Simple inexpensive strategies can go a long way to attract buyers and maximise the sale price.
Advertising/Marketing Your Home
They say a photo speaks a thousand words, we’ll take lots of them and use them towards our advertising and marketing.Each home is different and we’ll do our best to ensure your home’s benefits are highlighted in the marketing program we create exclusively for you. We use the MLS system plus targeted internet advertising to attract the right buyers!
Staging the Home
Anything in your home that looks worn out needs to be removed or repaired, clean out unnecessary clutter, deep clean and rearrange the furniture to make the home show better. We know what it takes to make your home show in the best light with the least amount of investment. Our home rejuvenation team can arrange the paintwork to be refreshed to transform tired rooms and complete repairs so the house looks great. Just a few updated items can make a big difference to the sale of your home.
Home Rejuvenation Team
Our home rejuvenation and makeover team is lead by Nick McCormack & Nicole Nichols. They will visit your home, take photo’s and compile a detailed report on what needs to be done to either lease or sell your home FAST. Our main sub-contractor is Mike Dryburgh a State Licensed Florida Home Building Contractor and Pool Builder who will also look for faults that may not be visible to the inexperienced eye. We can then arrange competitive quotes from local service providers to get your property in good condition with the least expense to you.
This is the final part in our three part blog series on selling a home in Florida.read more
Our second part in this three part blog series on how to sell your home in Florida covers what happens once you receive an offer on your property. The first thing you need to do is consider the offer carefully. It could be 10 to 12 pages long.read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90tYKp9NC0Q&feature=youtu.be In our three-part property management blog series, we’re talking about selling a home in Kissimmee. In this piece, we’ll discuss finding a qualified and experienced real estate agent. If owning a...read more