When working with a buyer, I already know a lot about their wants, needs, wishes, and desires.
When the buyers see a home and really show interest
I know the right questions to ask!
Here are some examples of buying questions:
Where will you be placing the big screen TV?
- Will your vegetable garden be on the side or rear of the house?
- Which rooms will be best for your offices?
- Where will your 100-gallon aquarium go - in the lower level or the first-floor family room?
- Hey kids, have you picked out the color for your room?
- Will your laundry area be in the upstairs bedroom area or the lower level?
- Do you prefer to cook with gas or electric?
- How long will it take you to get to your work/school/hospital from here?
- Will you be using the light rail to go to the airport?
- There are four grocery stores within the area, Wegmans, Trader Joe, Giant, and Whole Foods. Which do you prefer?
- Where will you place your mother's antique desk?
- Where will you place the grand piano?
- Which side of the garage will you park your car?
- Would you like to know where the school bus stops for the kids?
- Would you like to bring a contractor in to give an estimate for granite countertops?
- Do you like that chandelier? Let me see if I can get it for you.
- Would you like to have your Fourth of July picnic on the patio or by the pool?
You must first know your buyers to ask the right questions, and then you can help see themselves in the house.
When you show a house to an interested buyer,
what are your BUYING questions?
Thinking about buying a home
Call Margaret Rome