The following questions were prepared to help you identify what a potential buyer looks for when searching for their dream home. Answers to these questions could be the key in helping you get more cash for your property, in a shorter period of time and with the greatest of ease.
What is the buyer’s first impression of the exterior of your home? What can you do to improve it?
Does the house or any part of the house need painting?
If you have door mats should you replace them with ones that are neutral and omit your family’s name?
Do the windows work well, or do they need attention? Are they clear and clean?
Should you give your Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage® Sales Professional a list of things your family likes about the house and the neighborhood?
What are they buyer’s first impressions as they step inside your home? What can you do to improve that impression?
Are pets under control at all times?
Does the carpet need cleaning or replacing?
Are all appliances clean and in good working order?
Can you remove items from the kitchen counters and cabinets to make them more spacious?
Is there any furniture you could store or dispose of to make the rooms appear larger?
Should you take some of the clothes out to make the closets look roomier?
Should you remove any item that a buyer may want as part of the house? For example, a special chandelier?
Are the garage and storage areas as clean as they should be?
Should you ask your Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Sales Professional for a list of recommendations prepared specifically for helping market your home?
Are the price and terms offered going to appeal to most of the buying public in your price range?
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