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Get the Best Price for Your Residence

by Barbara Berg 04/14/2019

No two houses are exactly the same. Much in the same vein, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to ensure a home seller can get the best price for his or her residence. However, there are several things that a seller can do to boost the likelihood of enjoying a profitable house selling experience, such as:

1. Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal

Upgrade your house's curb appeal before you list your residence – you will be happy you did. Because if your home boasts an awe-inspiring exterior, your residence could stir up lots of interest from buyers as soon as it becomes available.

It generally won't take long for a seller to upgrade his or her home's curb appeal. For example, mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges and performing other lawn care tasks enables a seller to quickly improve his or her residence's curb appeal. In some instances, repairing cracked or damaged home siding may be necessary, too.

If you require additional assistance with home exterior upgrades or repairs, contractors are available in cities and towns nationwide. These professionals can take the guesswork out of home exterior improvement projects and help you bolster your residence's curb appeal in no time at all.

2. Eliminate Clutter

If your home is filled with a large collection of antiques, artwork and various personal belongings, you may want to put these items in storage. That way, you can show off the true size of your residence's interior to potential buyers – something that may lead to a quick house sale.

Of course, if you want to get rid of assorted clutter, you can always host a yard sale or list items online. You may be able to give your unwanted items to family members or friends or donate them to charity as well.

As you remove clutter from your home, it also may be beneficial to clean each room of your residence. Then, your home's interior can capture buyers' attention for all the right reasons.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

If you want to get the best price for your home, it typically is a good idea to hire a real estate agent. This housing market expert can offer tips and recommendations to help you enhance your residence's interior and exterior before you list your home. Plus, a real estate agent will help you identify and address home selling hurdles.

Furthermore, a real estate agent allocates time and resources to educate a seller about the house selling journey. And if you ever have concerns or questions about selling your house, a real estate agent can address them right away.

For individuals who want to maximize their home sale earnings, it helps to know what to expect after you list your residence. By using the aforementioned tips, a seller can prepare his or her residence for the housing market. And as a result, this individual may be better equipped than ever before to get the best price for his or her home.

About the Author

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Barbara Berg
Barbara Berg grew up in the Hudson Valley, New York before moving to South Florida in 1981. She raised her family in the Pinecrest area where she continues to live and work. Barbara’s focus is on helping her clients realize their homeownership dreams. Her experience in sales and marketing, legal background and extensive network within the community enables her to skillfully guide her clients through the process of selling or buying a home. Her energy, focus, and skill combined with her integrity, professionalism, and tenacity continue to make her a winner. Prior to her career in real estate, Barbara worked as a paralegal for ten years before moving on to create and develop a successful business in fashion jewelry. She worked tirelessly to design, market and sell her products globally. Barbara has now turned her attention to residential sales, drawing on a lifetime of experiences living and working in South Florida. Professional Designations: Miami Realtors Association; Florida Realtors Association; National Association of Realtors Education: AS degree in Paralegal studies - University of Miami; AA degree - Miami-Dade College