Sell Your Home

Selling a house is still a difficult undertaking no matter how good the real estate market is. People frequently have a lot of questions, regardless of whether they are selling their house for the first time. Timing alone, however, does not determine how quickly or for what price your home will sell. Use these 5 suggestions to increase the speed at which a home sells, regardless of when it is listed. 

Choose a sales strategy.

Before posting a for-sale sign in your yard, decide which selling strategy will work the best for you. The for-sale-by-owner option may be the best decision if you are confident in your ability to market the home and negotiate, but it may not always result in the quickest sale. 

Choose an experienced real estate agent.

If you’re selling your home on the open market rather than to an iBuyer, selecting the best real estate agent is an essential first step. As you meet with potential agents, pay close attention to their level of experience. Choose an agent with whom you get along and who is educated about the market. 

Clean everything up.

An untidy house turns buyers away more than anything. Kitchen countertops are one of the crucial locations to clean while your home is on the market.

  • Interior of cabinets and appliances.
  • Dust-collecting areas in the corners of rooms and floors.
  • Bathroom amenities including toilets, sinks, baths, and showers.
  • Inside closets
  • Windows both inside and outside
  • Scratches on the walls, doors, and baseboards.
  • Basement and garage.

Make a single homeless intimate.

Take away all the family memorabilia and pictures. People want prospective buyers to visualize their family residing in the home, not their own. Remove all items from the refrigerator, especially those that identify your home as a person rather than a neutral space, such as the kids’ artwork, religious items, and memorabilia. 

Remove clutter and superfluous furnishings.

Nothing makes a house appear smaller than too much big furniture. Rent a storage container or a container for self-storage after removing as much furniture as you can. Minimize the number of books you have, throw out the rugs and drapes, clean the bathroom and kitchen countertops, and even remove the appliances you use frequently. For more information, go to