5 Things to Make Your House Sell Quickly

by Anadalys De Armas 02/25/2019

Selling a home can be pretty intense and stressful, especially if you haven't done so before. The pressure even becomes greater when you need to close your current sale before you move into a new home. Doing these few things may be the critical little steps you need to take to make that sale happen as fast as you need it.

  • Price your home right Pricing is especially important. A lot of times people price their homes based on what they think they ought to get for the house, but a buyer is only going to pay what he thinks is the value of the house. Pricing right means that your home won't stay for too long on the market—a negative indicator that can slow the sale.
  • Improve the curb appeal Curb appeal refers to how attractive your home looks to people on the outside. Little things like upgrading the exterior paint job, replacing the number plate, doorbell, and other external fittings or even mowing the lawn will all add up to make your house appeal to the buyer looking on from the outside.
  • Take good pictures The old saying is true that goes that a picture is worth more than a thousand words it comes to your house listing. You want to make sure that you avoid unattractive photos. You could use a professional photographer to make sure that your pictures are high quality with adequate lighting. Unless your cell phone camera is super good, you probably shouldn't use it.
  • Arrange your home right The right arrangement of your home might be what is needed to help your buyers make the final decision. Take away your personal touches and lay aside your preferences. The objective is to make it look like a home they can live in, and having too much of your personal items might be a distraction as it makes it harder for them to picture themselves living in a home that still has your pictures on the wall.
  • Write out a great listing copy And while a picture may be worth a thousand words, a picture plus a thousand words, is worth a lot more. A vivid description makes potential buyer of your home have an idea of how living in your home may feel. You should talk about any advantages your neighborhood has, such as proximity to schools or shopping malls. Let the buyer think that your home is unique with your words. If you need assistance with a good description, talk to a professional writer for help.

About the Author

Author
Anadalys De Armas

Originally from Cuba, Anadalys De Armas has been a resident of Miami-Dade County for over 20 years. Raising a family in Miami has given her insight into the many amenities and lifestyles each neighborhood offers. Her ability to make good judgments and quick decisions as well as her extensive knowledge of Miami-Dade areas provides buyers and sellers with the facts they need in order to make informed and accurate decisions. She also lived in several other countries like Russia and Sweden, where she acquired international experiences and perspectives. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and understands quite a bit of the Russian language.

Anadalys became a Real Estate Agent in 2004. Her real estate specialties include sales in both the Commercial and Residential fields, along with Commercial Leasing. She truly enjoys the opportunity to help people realize their real estate dreams. To this end, she provides complete loyalty to each individual; from home buyers and sellers, to project developers and investors, the ultimate goal remains the same: complete satisfaction and a lasting relationship.

Her hobbies include running, yoga, horse riding, charity, travelling, jet skiing and scuba diving. Her love of reading keeps her up with current events, the latest in technology, and market trends. The result in personal growth is a benefit to her, as well as to her customers. She is very active in the local community, participating in many events. She supports multiple charities, including the One Child Matters, the Children’s Miracle Network, and others. Supporting charity “gives me self-confidence and spiritual strength, and also helps me remember what really matters in life,” she says.