In today’s property sales market selling your home at the best of times can be a long process but achieving a quick property sale takes a lot more effort and has become more difficult in recent months. The average time a house now decides to sell has gone up to 102 days with fewer buyers now actively looking. Considering that there are some specific measures you can choose to attract the right buyers and get your property sold. Below I have included my top five tips for achieving a quick property sale.
Research Your Local Property Market
If you want a successful sale you need to understand your local market, check your local Estate Agent windows and Estate Agent Websites on the Internet to see what similar properties are selling for in your area. Individually, check websites that give you information on recent property sale prices to check what properties are selling for rather than what they are being marketed for. All this information will help you decide on the actual real value of your home and therefore what price to advertise your property for.
Arrange Professional Services and Paperwork
It is essential to know which companies you will use for your professional services and selling paperwork as early as possible to avoid any delays with your sale. Decide whether you will use an Estate Agent or sell your property via a Property Buyer, using a Property Buyer is always the fastest option. Also, you will need to look at putting together a Home Information Pack which you can do yourself or via a professional company. You will also need a conveyancing solicitor who can help with the legal aspects of your sale.
Get The Price Right
If you get the wrong price, then you will price yourself out of the buying market and will make your task of achieving a quick property sale difficult. The best point to start is with a valuation report by Home Track which gives you access to the same valuation systems used by the mortgage lenders. This will provide you with an excellent guide to the real value of your property. Add to this around three valuations from your local Estate Agents and set your price a little lower than the average. This gives you an advantage over all your competing sellers and makes sure your property generates lots of interest.
Prepare Your Property for Viewings
Remember it is Kitchens and Bathrooms that sell houses so these need to be both the highlight and the selling point of your property, ensure these are clean and looking as best as they can. In other areas of your home maximise the space by clearing any rubbish and clutter and highlight each room to appeal to your prospective buyer.
Be Open To Negotiations
Your goal in trying to achieve a quick property sale is to secure a buyer that is serious and can move quickly. Within this, there is likely to be some negotiation and if you can be flexible on price to secure the commitment of your buyer and in return for a quick completion this is often worthwhile.
In a nutshell, we can conclude that the points mentioned above will help you in achieving a quick sale in your business.