Selling Your House
One Of The Most Difficult Decisions You Will Ever Make
Your house is the most valuable possession you own in more ways than one. It’s full of memories and has everything that means something to you, which makes it an extension or yourself!
With all this uncertainty in the housing market, you may be wondering if now is a good time to sell your home. The answer isn’t that simple but there are some things that will help make it easier for you decide.
When you’re ready to sell your home, there are a lot of things that can go wrong. The best way to avoid trouble is by staying ahead in the decision-making process and asking questions when needed so as not give into confusion about what should happen next. Staying on top will help ensure everything goes smoothly for years after its over!
How much is my home worth?
Real estate experts compare recent sales of comparable properties in order to determine a home’s value.
You will need to consider the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, the square footage of the home, and any unique features when searching for comparable homes.
If you want more than just an estimate, feel free to contact me. I value your home based on the information you provide about your home, current market trends, and data from hundreds of recent comparable home sales.
How long will it take to sell my home?
If you are considering selling your home, think about how long it will take to sell and how that might impact your goals.
The Days on Market statistic tracks how long a home is listed before it’s sold.
The length of time a home stays on the market is dictated by factors outside of your control.
It’s important to understand how current market trends might impact your goals and timeline.
Should I make repairs?
Sellers need to disclose any known issues with their home, and may need to price it based on the costs of needed repairs or offer a concession.
You may want to renovate your home before selling, but some projects have a bigger impact than others.
Projects that add features to a home, like a pool or wood floors, have bigger price increases for more expensive homes.