What to Do If You’re Selling Your Louisville Home This Summer
So you’re planning on selling your Louisville Home this summer.
This is an awesome decision to make since you will be selling your home at the top of the market and also have the unique opportunity of taking advantage of summer buyers.
In this article we will share with you what you should do to get your home ready for sale this summer.
Step 1 – Price Your Louisville Home Right
Yes, there’s going to be a lot of buyer interest this summer but you still have to price your Louisville home for sale right.
When pricing your home make sure you choose one of the three options:
- Price it at market value.
- Price your home above market value – Example: If your home is worth $150,000 you should consider pricing it at $175,000.
- Let the market determine the value – A good way to do this is to price your home just below its market value. Example: if your home in Louisville is worth $125,000 you should price it at $125,000 because, this will generate a lot of buyer interest and possible multiple offers too.
Step 2 – Clean Those Windows!
One of the first things buyers will do upon arrival at your home is to look out the windows and if they are dirty, every buyer will wonder what else might be wrong with your home.
To avoid this window it’s best to clean all windows before buyers arrive and make sure the windows in your home are functional just in case someone wants to open them.
Step 3 – Clean And Stage Your Pool or Spa
Last of all, but most important, if your Louisville home has a pool or spa you should clean and stage those areas because, on hot days every buyer who visits your home will envision themselves enjoying their time in the pool or spa on a hot summer day.
To stage these areas make sure that you have plenty of patio furniture in your backyard available, your grill, and of course pool toys for adults and children to enjoy themselves.
Sell Your Louisville Home
For more information on how to sell your Louisville Home this summer contact Family Realty, LLC today by calling us at (502) 458-4100 or click here to connect with us online.
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