Seller’s Guide

Are you looking to sell your house but don’t know where to start?

Getting the right price for your house can be hard in a competitive market. Even harder is getting the sale quickly. 

This guide will help you in getting a brief idea of how to plan before you list your house for sale.


The Start

If you want to sell your house fast and for the highest price possible, you will have to put in some time and effort. A well-planned preparation can help you sell your house quickly.

There are many strategies top realtors use to get the most out of your house and fast.

Make sure to get in touch with a good realtor, as that would be the biggest factor in how much money your house brings in.


Home Improvements

Get all those fixes done that you have been delaying. If you don’t want to spend money to add value to your home, you should at least remove the things that reduce the value of it.

You could increase your potential offer price by more than 25% by doing Cleaning, Remodelling, Painting, etc.

Depersonalize your house. It is hard for people to imagine their life in a house with your pictures.

Remove signs of children and pets.


Pricing your propert

Your pricing will define whom your property appeals to. So make sure to discuss it with your realtor and planning the right strategy.

A good realtor will make sure to get you the best price possible and also get you an offer soon.


Manage Showings

Once you are done with all the home improvements, you are ready for the showings.

Your realtor will start the marketing activities for your property, which would bring in new prospective buyers. You should be prepared for showings and open houses.



The most important part of a negotiation is finding a common ground. It is a way to figure out the point which is beneficial for both the parties.

Be clear in your communication and reasonable in your demands.

If you can’t come to terms of your requirements, you have to be willing to walk away.


Inspection and Appraisal

Once you have come to terms with your buyer and have got an offer, you should prepare for the inspection. Most buyers would ask for a professional inspection during their due diligence period. You should prepare for that.
Most deals fail at this point. People won’t pay the top dollar if the inspection report is not satisfactory. Hence you should plan and make sure all the needed repairs on the property are done before the inspection.



Now that you have addressed all the requirements of the buyer, its time to set a date for the closing.

You can meet up with your attorney and finalise the paperwork.

Now all that’s left is to hand over the keys to your buyer.

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