The Implications of the Pandemic When Selling My Home
It seems that our world is changing hour by hour. That includes the world of Real Estate. While NY is “On Pause”, there is much that can be done to prepare your home for when the Real Estate Market re-opens; but also, have you considered how much more time prospective buyers have to be researching on-line for a home?
If your goal is to sell your current home and purchase a new home, it is so important to be ready to look at homes when the market re-opens. That means, less time to prepare your home and gather information you will need to purchase. Even if you are just going to sell and rent or move from the area, with time on your hands, now may be the time to prepare. Here are Some Ideas to get you Started:
- Get My Paperwork and Finances in Order You will need to do your taxes sometime, make copies of the documents you will need.
- I’m Ready to Sell, How Do I Get Started? Best place to start is to clean out and de-clutter – don’t forget closets, office and nick knacks
- Prepare the Basement for Showings The Basement can make or break a deal ….
- Add Value to Your Home – Garage A Garage in Good Repair can add Unexpected Value
- More to Come…
Now also may be the Time to Consult with a Real Estate Agent. As an Associate Broker with Locally Owned DeMarsh Real Estate, I am able to offer you a Custom Listing Package that will meet Your Needs and Budget. In Our Current Situation, I will put your Needs and Safety First, when I prepare to List Your Home for Sale. There are Options for On-line video tours and detailed pictures of your home. A well written home description is a must! Not Ready to Allow Showings? That’s not a problem. Buyers are Researching Homes now, Let’s get Yours on the Short List Virtually and be ready to be the one they want to see first, when the Time is Right. I am available for phone consultation at 518-232-8090. There is much we can do to get you started. I look forward to hearing from you!
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