Spring is approaching and since Spring is the time of year many home-owners start thinking about selling I thought it might be helpful to re-run this blog series that gives tips about how to prepare your home for sale...
Traditionally housing sales begin gaining momentum in the spring and peak during the summer months just prior to school starting. It is no small task to prepare a home for sale because as the saying goes, “We live in our homes differently than when we sell them.” This 11 Part Series offers practical tips to best position homes to attract top dollar when selling. Read through the entire series or choose the topics of most interest to you. Even if you have no plans to sell your home in the immediate future, homeowners who apply these principles to their homes now will save themselves time and effort at some point in the future when the time comes that they need to sell.
PLEASE NOTE: This information is intended to empower, not overwhelm you. Prioritize and pick what you can do, then work a plan to continue moving forward. Getting started on a few things can be motivating and energizing to do more.
Click on the topics below to learn more about positioning your home for sale.
If you have questions about your home’s value or would like a free consultation please give me a call. The housing market in the metroplex is very active, I’d love to help you get top dollar for your home!
Sandy Setliff is a Realtor® with JP and Associates Realtors®. She specializes in residential real estate sales in McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Anna, Melissa and Van Alstyne, Texas. She can be reached at 214 620 1615/cell, 972 375 9448/office or via email at[email protected].
Author:Sandy Setliff Phone: 214-620-1615 Dated: February 3rd 2015 Views: 1,828 About Sandy: Sandy Setliff, a longtime resident of North Texas, specializes in residential real estate sales in N...
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