How to Show Your Home to Spark Buyer Interest

Posted by Robert Dekanski on Thursday, January 17th, 2019 at 12:02pm.

Selling Your Home? Follow These Valuable Home Showing TipsThere are a lot of steps that go into selling a home, and though it's difficult to say if any are more important than the others, home showings are a very important part of the process where interested buyers come to tour the home to decide whether or not it's a good fit for them. Buyers will be looking for any damage or flaws in the home, as well as whether or not the house fits their own homeownership preferences and needs. Here's what to know about preparing for a successful home showing.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

How to Prepare for a Home Showing

Because of the nature of home showings, most preparation is best done before the showing is scheduled to happen. Homeowners can impress people at the time of showing by staging their house in advance, cleaning, and improving their home's curb appeal.

Despite the fact that buyers will be moving their own furniture into the home, they are often easily swayed by poor home staging, so it's important to show your home in its best light. Opening up the key rooms in the house, applying fresh coats of paint, and eliminating any clutter or distracting home décor can help ensure that buyers are able to see the space for what it is and not be distracted by the current furnishings.

If possible, sellers should also make the showing a positive experience for prospective buyers. Leaving out snacks for the individuals visiting the house can make buyers feel welcome in the space, and placing some scented candles or other aromatic substances can give interested buyers a feeling of enjoyment as they tour your home.

What Not To Do For Your Upcoming Home Showing

The biggest mistake homeowners can make when showing their home is to remain home while the buyers are present. When the homeowner is home during a showing, buyers often feel that they cannot speak freely about the home, and they may feel as though they're intruding upon the space. When buyers spend less time in the home, they're less likely to develop a complete opinion on the space and may be less likely to buy.

Contact a Licensed Real Estate Agent Today

Selling a Rocky Hill home is an involved process with multiple steps that often tie into one another. Ensure your home showing goes smoothly by planning in advance with staging and curb appeal, and do your best to create a positive experience for interested buyers who put in the effort to come visit your house. Speak to a licensed real estate agent for more tips on how to have a successful home showing today.

For informational purposes only. Always consult with a licensed real estate professional before proceeding with any real estate transaction.

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