If you are selling your Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Corona or Riverside home, you want to sell it fast for the highest price possible. Even if it’s a short sale, you want to sell it at the highest price possible and fast to avoid a foreclosure or trustee sale. Home sales in California are increasing based on the 8-month high this past December, but that doesn’t mean every home is selling quickly — only the ones priced right and those that require few repairs.
So, if you’re a home seller and want (or need) to get your home sold quickly, take a listen to this 3-minute interview from NBC’s The Today Show. It’s loaded with practical sales advice for sellers.
- How to price your home relative to comparable homes for sale
- Using home inspections to keep your contract on-track for closing
- How much should be spent on your “home photos” that are shown online
As every experienced Realtor will know, there are three areas of the home where money should be spent to increase the sales price — the kitchen, the living area, and the front facade. And for good reason — they’re emotional hooks for buyers that help sell homes.
Selling a home in today’s market requires the skill and experience of a proven Realtor. If you would like a referral of an agent to speak to about selling your home, just give me a call at (951) 215-6119.
I am in Las Vegas and we are definitely the capital of the depressed housing market. I work Las Vegas short sales and of course keep VERY busy. It is good that some of us agents have carved out a niche helping home owners in hardship in their time of need.