How to Market Your Home to Find Buyers

In order to help you sell your home faster, we’ve put together this blog post to show you what kind of marketing techniques have been proven to work time and time again. We’ll go over the fundamentals of how to make your house stand out in the sea of other homes for sale, how to make it easy for prospective buyers to slip into your shoes and see themselves living there, and how social media can be a key ally in this process. Visit here to read more.

Walk Through Your House without You

If you want to get an idea of how a buyer might actually move in, step through the house with no one there. Make as much noise as you can, make sure everything is ready for them to come through. The last thing you want to do is leave the place unlived in, if a buyer looks at it and can’t imagine living there, they’re not going to stay in your house long enough to ask questions and figure out the finer points of their purchase.

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Do a Hard Clean

This isn’t dealing with cleaning your house, this is the process of making sure the house looks spotless. Buyers want to see a home, not one that looks like it has been lived in for 3 years straight. Make sure all your valuables are locked away, and make sure that any issues with your home are brought up as soon as possible. If there’s something you’re still working on, get it done now.

Get Rid of the Clutter

One of the biggest things buyers look for is space, they want to feel like they have plenty of room to live without feeling cramped or cramped in by too many Knick knacks. Make it easy for your buyers to visualize themselves in the home, throw out anything you haven’t used in three months and get some good furniture that makes the place look vibrant and a whole lot more spacious.

Make Sure It Smells Good

This is one of those things that shouldn’t be too hard to do, but really goes a long way with home buyers. You don’t have to go overboard with candles or room fresheners, but make sure you don’t have any strange smells coming from anywhere in the house. You’ll want your home smelling nice while you’re showing it to buyers, but you also don’t want to have dogs or cats that are going to be bothered by certain scents.