3 Things To Do Before Selling Your Home in Fort Wayne

3 Things to Do Before Listing
Dave Brough:
Are you considering selling your home sometime in 2021? If so, today I’m providing the three steps you must take before putting your house on the market. First, you need to get a pre-listing home inspection. Don’t wait until the buyer orders an inspection to find out there are issues with your property! To learn about all three steps, watch this short video.

Today I’m providing the three steps you must take before putting your house on the market.

If you’re planning to sell in 2021, you must do these three things before putting your home on the market:

  1. Get a pre-listing home inspection. There are many benefits to getting your house inspected before it hits the market, including providing more certainty to buyers, which often translates into higher offers.


2. Price your home correctly. We’re in an extreme seller’s market, which means there isn’t enough inventory to meet the buyer demand. That means sellers have plenty of leverage, but you can still overprice your property, and we see it happen quite a bit. When you overprice your home, you usually won’t get many showings, and you won’t receive multiple offers. You might also end up selling the house for less than if you priced it properly from the onset.

3. Stage your home properly. Before buyers even step foot into your home, they’ll be seeing it online, which is the first real showing, so staging is crucial. Along with staging comes depersonalizing and decluttering.

If you’re curious to know how we help our clients achieve the three steps above or have any other questions, just reach out via phone or email. We would love to help you.

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