The first question you might want to ask yourself is, "Why do I want to sell my home?" Do you need more space? Are you an empty nester looking for a smaller space? Have you accepted a job in a different part of the country? All of these questions affect the potential sale of your home and the negotiating process of that sale.
You may also want to begin making a list of the interior and exterior projects that you want to complete before placing your home on the market. Problems like chipped paint, dirty walls, windows and doors, unfinished remodeling projects and cluttered garages are all areas for home selling improvement. Treat the sale of your home as you would any day living in your residence. Neat, tidy and organized works.
Assessing your home is important in beginning the home selling process. You may want to ask yourself, "What would I like to see or not see if I were touring this home as a potential home buyer?"
Contacting a Duffy Real Estate agent will point you in the right direction, too. Our agents have the knowledge and understanding of the industry. We can provide reliable information and get you moving in the right direction towards the sale of your home.