Utah County Homes for Sale - Seller and Realtor Discussion

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Home Buyer Realty Utah 5707835-PB00

Utah County Homes for Sale - Seller and Realtor Discussion

The time has come when you have decided that you must sell your home.  Before you place a "For Sale" sign in front of your house there are few things you need to consider to help make the sales process run smoothly and efficiently.  Listed below are a few things that you should consider when discussing the sale of your home with your Realtor.

Time Frame

It really depends on where you live in the country, but most Realtors consider spring to be the best time for selling a home.  The weather is usually getting better families are starting to make plans for the summer and the following school year.  Reports state that the slowest selling months are usually during January and February.  Most important is to discuss with your Realtor, the current state of market and how that will affect the sale of your home.

How to Stage Your Home

It is very important to discuss how to make your home inviting to potential home buyers.  You should discuss various items that may need repair.  First impressions are very important as well, your front yard and entrance should be free of clutter and keep clean at all times.  Decorate your home to sell by arranging the furniture to look as spacious as possible.

Develop a Marketing Plan

The process of marketing and selling your home must match your objectives, priorities and needs.  You should discuss when the home will be available to show to the prospective home buyer having your home available at all times will help.  Should you want a Lock-box provided for easy entry, this is an invaluable tool.  You should understand what the Realtor plans to do to promote your property, all of them have different programs that they have found that works.

Pricing Your Property

Setting the proper asking price for your home is the single most important factor that will determine the success or failure of your home sale.  If your home is priced too low, you will literally be giving away thousands of dollars that could have been in your pocket.  Price it too high and your home will sit unsold for month, developing the reputation of a property.  Failure to understand market conditions and properly pricing your home can cost you thousands of dollars and cause your home not to sell, fouling up all your plans.

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Robert A. Hulme - Broker, Owner
801-885-2586

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