How to Sell Your House Fast (No Strings Attached)

Posted by Casandra Properties on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 at 11:25am.

Picture this: you've found your dream home, your offer has been accepted, and you're ready to move in. Now, all you have to do to seal the deal is sell your current house. 

Easy, right? Not always.

Did you know that, on average, it can take over two months to sell your home?

If you don't want to be stuck waiting around for your house to sell, then keep reading. Follow these tips to learn how to sell your house fast.

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Work With a Real Estate Agent

Some sellers think that they will save themselves time and money by selling their home on their own. In reality, a good real estate agent is well worth the investment.

A real estate agent doesn't get paid until your house is sold, so they have an incentive to make it happen. And unlike you, real estate is their full-time job, they have the time to devote to that task. 

Real estate agents also have a strong knowledge of the area they work in. They will be able to give you insight into how to price your house for your neighborhood to make it attractive to buyers.

Focus on the Outside

Before a potential buyer ever walks through the door of your home, they'll see the front of it. This is why devoting attention to curb appeal is essential when trying to sell your home.

Make sure your lawn is mowed, and trim any bushes or shrubs that have become overgrown. A fresh coat of paint or even a power wash on your siding will help make your home look more impressive.

Consider Staging

Many sellers make one of two mistakes when they put their home on the market. Either they leave all of their own possessions in it, or they clear it out entirely.

Leaving your own items in the home can be a turn off to buyers. It can be hard for them to picture themselves in the house if they see your wedding photos on the wall or a kid's bedroom where they would put an office.

But an empty home can have a similar effect. A potential buyer might have difficulty visualizing how the layout of a home would work if it's empty.

This is where staging comes in. Staging the home gives buyers an idea of how it works, but leaves a blank enough canvas for them to imagine themselves there.

Look for a Cash Buyer

Sometimes, the hardest part of selling your house is working through the requirements from the buyer's bank to approve the loan. The approval process can take even longer if the buyer is attempting to go through a government program like FHA or the VA.

With a cash buyer, these extra steps are easily bypassed. You can see out a cash buyer yourself by looking to local investment companies. They usually advertise with a slogan along the lines of "we buy any house."

Sell Your House Fast Today

With these tips in hand, you will be able to sell your house fast and move on to your next chapter. 

Looking for more real estate tips? Check out the rest of our blog to learn more.

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