Is Your Goal To Get It On The Market or To Get It Sold?
As a New Hampshire Home Stager, I understand there are situations where a sale is "needed" in a timely manner. I understand there is a "hot" selling season and a small window of opportunity to take advantage of it.
What I don't get....
What is to be gained with the decision to list before the house is ready? It seems wrong that getting on the market is the driving force.
Is bad exposure now really better than good exposure in a couple of weeks?
List your home before it's ready and you don't get as many calls because the photos are not appealing.
The showings you do get, only confirm that buyers want move-in ready.
All you seem to gain is days on market.
If time is such an issue...shouldn't you be making the best of it?
Exposing the house to buyers before it is ready is like showing up for a job interview in pajamas and slippers. Why should you expect a positive reaction to the fact you are not prepared?
What's more important when selling your house,
getting it on the market or getting it SOLD?