When buyers come to your home it is critical to know how to talk to them. Here are some guidelines that will help you connect to them and pass along the fond memories that you have collected over the years in your home.
Rule 1 – Don’t ask personal questions like: Where do you live now? Have [...]
Bathrooms are the hardest rooms to show in a picture, often they are ugly, the angles are hard and it’s boring. Let’s take this example:
Bland and Boring
This doesn’t inspire the buyer, it just looks like a plain old bathroom. There is a saying that Kitchens and Bathrooms help sell a house and the pictures [...]
I found a statistic that stated that in 1999 37% of buyers started their search on the Internet, and in 2009, nearly 90% does just that. Many buyers meet their next home on the Internet before seeing the property. Almost all of my clients are visual, and the photos is what made the difference in [...]
This is such a hard topic to approach with sellers. Often they don’t notice the pet, smoke or musty smell in their home just because they have lived with it for so long. As a sales agent, it’s also a difficult topic to bring up because it is one that offends so quickly. However, the reality [...]
The last time I posted on this topic, it was really in response to other agents talking about the recent robberies in the Southeast valley. This time, I’m going to direct my answer to the Seller, some of the reasoning and logic that I use in response to questions about the lock box.