RealtyPin.com's Best Home Selling Tips No One's Talking About
NEW YORK, Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- If you've been searching the web for home selling advice, you've probably seen the same ol' stuff repeated over and over. After all, there are lots of cliches out there! However, the team at Realtypin.com likes to dig deeper, which is why they came up with these 3 valuable home selling tips that you'll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else:
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1. Give buyers some financing help
This goes beyond pitching in for closing costs (after all, that's something that most buyers have come to expect these days!). If you really want to reel in serious buyers, offer them other types of help – like a lease-to-own option, paying for the points on their loan so that they can get a lower interest rate, or even helping them find a better lender that offers better terms.
After all, qualifying for a mortgage is much harder to do today than it was a few years ago. If you can make things easier for a serious buyer (not just some guy who comes in off the street who may or may not really buy your home), you can get rid of your home faster and move on.
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2. Make showings an overnight affair
Like the real estate experts at Realtypin.com always say – the goal of every showing is to make sure people can envision themselves living in the home. So, what better way to do that than to let them actually do it for a night?! You'd obviously have to get some legal advice first (after all, you can't just let random people sleep in your home without talking to a lawyer!). But once you cross all the T's and dot all the I's, it might be something that puts your home over the top!
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3. Stage the outside of your home
You've probably read a million tips on how to stage the inside of your home so that it looks like something out of a magazine, but what about the outside? If you've got a backyard, it needs to be staged, too!
You can go way beyond having nice plants by staging a fun outdoor activity – like a barbecue – every time there's a showing. Simply leave behind a plate of burgers and hot dogs, a cooler full of ice-cold drinks, and some fun family activities (like ring toss). That way, people will be able to envision spending a fun afternoon with their own family and friends right in the backyard!
James Paffrath RealtyPin.com, 1-(866) 960-8649, firstname.lastname@example.org
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