Here are some tips on how to sell your Key West house in the quickest and easiest way possible.
-It is important that you have a professional Realtor. Any realtor’s name would be listed online. However, many realtors will do their best to find you the home that works best for you. If they feel that another property is better suited for your needs, then they will move quickly to get the listing up so other agents can see it too.
-Do not put your house on the market too quickly after buying. Take a few weeks to get used to the idea of it being you and your family’s home.
-The biggest thing that you can do is spend time cleaning your house. Clean out all closets and cabinets and throw away anything that you do not absolutely need. Clean out the garage too. Perform a deep cleaning on your furniture as well as all floors, walls, ceilings, appliances, etc.
-Remember that you want to sell it fast; meaning that you do not want people looking at it for two or three months before anything happens.
-If you do not want to sell it yourself, or if you are hesitant about getting an offer, then you should put it for sale with a realtor. List the house at the highest price that you can afford. Then, find a Realtor who has an MLS so you can be listed online.
-You may need to ask your realtor if he or she can up the price of your house. Do not agree to this unless the Realtor will guide you on how much to accept.
-Once you have an MLS listing, you can list it privately and receive offers. While this is a good option, it will probably take a long time to sell.
-If you choose this option, many Realtors also offer price guarantees.
-Do not be concerned about the interest in your house; just accept the highest offer that you get. You will still receive your 8% commission even if the buyer does not want to buy it after he sees all of the items in your house and knows how much work and cleaning the house needs.
-Take pictures of each room in your house and send them out to everyone who contacts you about buying it. If they need more pictures, then try sending those too.
-You might not need to go through all of the trouble of cleaning your house if it is a fixer-upper. You may want to simply wait for someone who wants to live in a house that will need repairs. However, this can be a long process as you sit there and wait for months on end with no buyer’s favorites. If you’re going to go through this, it’s best that you be prepared for the results.
-Do not put your house up on the MLS until you have been living in it for some time and have been able to make some changes as needed.
-If the house is damaged, you can still get a quick cash offer online. Get an estimate to have it removed. Then, put the house up for sale even if it is damaged. You will probably need to go through a repair company or you may be able to call your insurance company.
-You may want to hire someone who does repairs for people’s homes because you will pay him through the roof to fix what you want to be repaired. The more expensive your job, the better he’ll be at doing that job. However, there are some things that are not covered under your insurance that he will charge extra for. Ask him about it before agreeing on his price with your Realtor.
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