There are several things sellers should do before putting their homes on the market. Those with older dwellings should think about offering a home warranty to give buyers peace of mind and ensure their homes stand out from the competition. They also should meet with three or more agents before choosing one based on a realistic listing price, marketing plan, sales statistics, and recommendations from past clients. Additionally, sellers should have their homes appraised and inspected before listing to help them price the home and fix any issues that could derail the sale. They should consider hiring a stager, housekeeper, landscaper, or handyman to help prepare the home for sale, and they should ensure their agent will maximize exposure by showcasing the property on YouTube, blogs, Facebook, and other websites. | Read More