Even the thought of selling your home is stressful. The process of just getting it ready to list is daunting. There are so many things to do: repairs, touch-ups, deep clean, find a realtor, fix up the yard. Then what if you go to all that trouble only to have people walk through your home, make offers, and then change their minds? It’s easy to conclude that it’s just not worth it. After spending all that money, how much are you going to make anyway? Here are some tips to make selling your home less overwhelming.
Take it one step at a time. Don’t try to do it all at once. Don’t even think about it all at once. Finish a task before going back to your list.
Be realistic. There is no need to fix everything. No one is expecting a brand new home. Fixing everything will not bring a significant enough return to justify the time and cost.
Declutter. It will look cleaner simply by removing as much clutter as possible. Even people who aren’t minimalist like to think of themselves as such. Get rid of anything non-essential. Put it in storage if you have to, but clear it out! This includes family photos – people want to imagine their own families in the home, not yours.
Outsouce. If you’re really busy, hire someone else to do a few crucial repairs and a deep clean. A maid service and a repair person work faster than you can, so if cost isn’t a factor, that’s a good route for making your life easier. Follow the same path for yard cleaning and beautification.
If you don’t have the time, energy, or money to mess with any of it, we can help you just be done with the whole ordeal quickly. No fixing, no cleaning, no hassle, and you have your money in as little as seven days!
Contact us today for more information on how to get a cash offer on your home in “as-is” condition. And if you still decide after hearing our offer you’d prefer to go the traditional route, we can connect you with a realtor in your area. We’re here to help you make the best decision possible.
Get a quote on the value of your home by calling 800-208-3243 or contacting us here.