How can I Sell My House Faster? Free Arizona For Sale by Owner Tips Listing Information

How can I Sell My House Faster?

Review online listings, on many sites, to compare competitve pricing (including MLS) and get an idea of how other homes are priced, presented, and photographed.

Print Advertising - Print advertising reaches buyers who read newspapers. Online ads reach the rest. If your neighbors say, 'Everywhere I look, I see your home advertised,' you're doing a good job. Puts ads in: Major newspapers. Find out which days pull the most readers. Typically it's Sunday but some newspapers also publish 'picture classifieds' on other days. Local Arizona newspapers. You can probably run a larger ad for less money that will more closely target those looking in your area. Arizona Real estate publications. Check on press date; can you wait? Every Web site you can find (like ListOnTheWeb.com ).

De-Personalize. Pack up those personal photographs and family heirlooms. Buyers can't see past personal artifacts, and you don't want them to be distracted. You want Arizona buyers to imagine their own photos on the walls, and they can't do that if yours are there!

Check Curb Appeal of your Arizona FSBO. If a buyer won't get out of her agent's car because she doesn't like the exterior of your home, you'll never get him/her inside. Keep the sidewalks cleared. Mow the lawn. Paint faded window trim. Plant yellow flowers or group flower pots together. Yellow evokes a buying emotion. Marigolds are inexpensive. Trim your bushes. Make sure visitors can clearly read your house number.

Hire a good photographer in Arizona to shoot a virtual tour with at least two to four spins of your house, and advertise the virtual tour link in your marketing materials.

Follow these Arizona FSBO tips for how to hold an open house, and remember that in some areas, Saturdays are just as popular as Sundays.

Pets in the home present its own set of challenges. It's harder to sell a home where pets live. Having a pet in the house or yard can create complications for your agent while trying to show the house, and puts your pet at risk of accidentally getting out during the process. Be mindful of liability issues also. In most cases, it is wise to relocate your pets during showings. If relocation is not an option, put them in a contained space and let a buyer and their Real Estate agent know about it ahead of time.

Consider spending money on improvements, fixing things that don't work and making repairs before selling to improve your profit.

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