Not taking the initial quick bid
This happens again and again. The buyer receives a bite early on and they’re suddenly full of confidence. It feels as if you are standing over a pond packed with a thousand hungry fish. The first offer does not appear great and you obviously assume there are larger and juicier fish to be had. Big mistake.
Rent a wide-angle lens ($24 to lease for three days)
Buyers now shop by photos. Lots of great photos on a sunny day make your house appear larger and brighter.
Sell Your Home on eBay
This is a foolproof way to receive your house focus with really zero risk involved. Ebay draws a good deal of traffic to your house and what makes it really great is that you can walk away in the end. Even if a person meets your cost, you can always change your mind.
YouTube your house
A YouTube tour provides the buyer your own personal perspective on what is special about your home and can be connected with most major search websites. If you opt for this approach, you should be proactive in getting the movie seen. Send hyperlinks of this video to some interested parties and ensure that your agent is doing exactly the same. Insist that your agent get it on for their institution’s Web site.
Go beyond conventional realtor networks
Two out of three homebuyers begin their search online.
Make sure people seeing these websites are seeing your dwelling. If you are not able to do this yourself, ask your agent to do it for you.
Contain a latte cart or a giant inflatable home in the backyard for children to jump on.
Include a fiscal goody bag for the Purchaser
Offer a Major broker incentive
You may check www.homestaging.com for members.
Don’t Forget to promote your own Property
Normally, it takes eight lookers for 1 bid.