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3320 N. Buffalo Ste 204
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Phone: 800-210-6486
Email: jeff@isellhomeslv.com
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Preparing Your Home For Sale

So you are deciding to sell your Home.... There are many factors that go into your decision!

1. What is your motivation for Selling?.

2. What is the time frame do you need to sale by?

3. How much will you make on a Sale?

I want to sit down with you and figure the best solution for you and your family.

  1. Why are your Selling?
  2. When is the best time to sell?
  3. What is the current local Real Estate Market conditions?
  4. What is your home currently worth?

Do I need an REALTOR to sell my home?

The answer is No you don't....you can sale your home by yourself, BUT beware most For Sale By Owner's make costly mistakes and sometimes take longer to sell than they we're prepared for. 

You should always use a licensed professional when it comes to selling your biggest asset, your home. My team has the proper education, experience and expertise to maximize the sale of your home. We will guide your through the entire process and reach a successful closing.

With over 93% of all Home Buyer's starting their searches on the internet, we have tailored our Marketing plan to reach those potential Buyer’s. We have invested in various technology platforms to capitalize giving our Client’s Maximum Exposure when listing their homes online.

 

YOU ONLY HAVE ONE CHANCE TO MAKE A FIRST IMPRESSION

Preparing your Home to List on the Market

CLEAR THE CLUTTER

  • Remove all unnecessary articles from your closets and garage. Spacious rooms and large storage spaces are a great selling feature.
  • Get rid of family pictures, trophies, and knickknacks. Closets and cabinets should be no more than 30% full.
  • Consider having a garage sale to dispose of unwanted items.
  • Look into renting storage for larger items or boxes of things you aren't ready to part with but don't use every dayInclude your favorite trinkets and excess ornaments. They won't have the same sentimental value to potential buyers and only distract from your home.
  • Look around your home to determine where you can reduce a cluttered appearance

CLEANLINESS

  • Clean windows and appliances.
  • Steam clean Tile, Clean or replace carpets.
  • Give the buyer the impression that your home has been well maintained.
  • Clean light fixtures to remove dust
  • Clean ceiling fans to remove the dust
  • Often missed, but often checked by buyers...make sure the top of your door and window trim is dust free 
  • Garage items should be neatly stored on shelves and organized
  • Often painting the walls will give it a fresh look

MAINTENANCE ITEMS

  • Repair or replace all faucets if their outdated or leaking.
  • Repair knobs or handles on drawers if they are broke or outdated
  • Any loose trim around the house should be properly attached
  • Door knobs that don't lock or turn correctly should be replaced
  • Loose railings should be tightened.
  • HVAC Air Filters should be new
  • Window latches should work properly
  • Water heaters have to have earthquake straps

BACKYARD

  • Clean and Organized
  • No Dog poop
  • if there is a pool make sure its operational and clean.

 

3 RULES FOR SHOWINGS

 

Rule #1: 

When the agent is showing your home, you do not want to be present. Let the buyers take their time through your home to get a good feel for it. Let them talk freely about their likes and dislikes. If you are present, they will feel rushed and feel like they cannot express their opinions.

Rule #2: 

Ever hear loud music and someone say if it's too loud, your too old? Well in this case that is 100% False. If you choose to play music in your home, make sure it is easy listening and set a  low volume. This should be a accent to the walk through and not overbear it.

Rule #3: 

Most of us love pets. Most of our pets are considered family but when showing a home make sure Big Jake and Little Patches are not in the home. Not all of us like dogs or cats and some are allergic and even scared of these animals. Nothing turns off a buyer like your family pooch barking and jumping on you during the showing.

 


Jeff Hatfield | 702-854-4909 | Contact Me
3320 N. Buffalo Ste 204 - Las Vegas, NV 89129
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