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Best Tips to Sell your Property Faster

Have you decided to sell your property, and you want to know how you can sell your property fast? Below, you will find our top tips for selling property fast.

The first few weeks of putting your property on the market are the best time to sell your property. But if it takes too long after the first few weeks, potential buyers may consider the property hard to sell and often disregard this as an old listing. Thus, your best bet for getting the highest price for your property is to start your marketing strong and sell fast.


Your property needs to be priced correctly for a quick sale.

Your price point impacts the number of potential buyers and hence the speed at which your property may sell. To avoid pricing yourself out of the market, a good place to start is with property reports, which give you an idea of what comparable properties in your local area have achieved at price historically.


Once you’ve done your research, look for local real estate agents that can give you an objective view of the value of your property. Also, real estate agents can provide you with a property appraisal which will give you a price estimate for your property in addition to local real estate information that you have.


Have a professional photograph of your property.

Amazing real estate listing photos actually do have a major effect on your property sale. According to one study done by a real estate photography company, a high-quality photograph of a property can make the property sell 32% faster than a property with low quality or average pictures. Buyers want and need to see the full potential of your house to picture themselves in it. So, take high-quality photographs of your property for promotion.


Present your property in the best possible way.

Try to see your home through fresh eyes; is there anything you can fix to make your home more presentable? Some things you might consider doing are:

  • Repairing any leaky taps or appliances;
  • Applying a fresh coat of paint;
  • De-cluttering your interior;
  • Fixing any holes or cracks in your plasterboard;
  • Scrubbing your home from top to bottom;
  • Upgrading any old or outdated curtains; 
  • Weed your garden beds or lay mulch;
  • Plant some inexpensive plants;
  • Throw away any garden waste.


Choose the right real estate agent for your property.

Different agents will have different strategies for selling your home, and some may be hesitant to push through a fast sale. No matter what their methods are, you need to find someone who meets your needs and who you feel comfortable working with.


Have your sale property documents ready.

Your property can only be listed on the market once you have arranged for a property conveyancer to prepare a contract of sale. It’s crucial that this document is drawn up correctly – any errors found in the sale documents can delay or derail the sale process.


Create a bidding war.

Auction is a strategy that can entice buyers to make an offer. If potential buyers know a higher offer is on the table, they’ll be more likely to place a counteroffer. By then, agents can start negotiating with the buyer until the closed deal. Speak to your agent about whether or not an auction is a right strategy for you.


Have you found all these tips helpful?

If you’re looking to sell your property fast, get in touch with National Brokers Network. For over 60 years in the real estate business, their top-seasoned team of brokers has proven their services are trusted by many clients. Get your property listed with National Brokers Network with our Business Listings for Buying and Selling Business Properties and Commercial Listings for Buying and Selling Commercial Properties

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