Selling the house is a task that requires some preparation if what you want is to sell it quickly and at a good price. The dynamics of the real estate market have been growing in recent times, either by the drop in mortgage interest rates or by the injection of foreign capital into the segment of luxury homes, which ends up producing a chain effect across the segment.
There are, however, some suggestions that I leave here that can help you increase the likelihood of selling your property more quickly. And remember the old maxim: "Everything is sold, everything is bought, it is only a matter of price or time . "
Despite what you, or your real estate consultant, can promise before a visit, nothing beats the first visual impression of the interested buyer. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that everything is in the best possible condition, before the visit.
Here's a good suggestion: get out of your property and put yourself in the role of the buyer, making a visit as if you did not know the property.That is, awaken your critical sense and pay attention to all the details, forgetting that the house is yours.
You will certainly notice those details or imperfections that you have already become accustomed to and that you can not even notice, but that can cause bad impression, such as: cracks, dirty walls, garden to care for, furniture needing cleaning or small touches, dirty stones, messing up, etc, etc ...
This is the first question a potential seller makes when deciding to put their home up for sale.
If there is no easy answer, here are some tips and hints to help you:
- There is no better price, it all boils down to the famous time-to-profit relationship: "The higher the price, the more time-consuming the sale of your home can be."
- Find out the prices of other homes for sale in your neighborhood, or that have been recently sold.
- Consult the opinion of a real estate consultant from an agency with size and experience, operating in the area where your home is for sale.
- See the price guides for houses per square meter, available on the web.