Thank you for visiting San Diego Real Estate Home Sellers Page. This site is designed to help Homeowners in the Sale of their properties. Learn about determining the Home Value for your property, Current Market Stats and our exclusive Marketing aproach to getting th most for your property,
San Diego Real Estate Sellers Information
To help you on the sale of your Property we have the following Resources:
- Home Value Analysis – Free Tool with Up to Date Information
- Learn about the Current Market Stats and Local Market Trends
- Learn about our Exclusive Home Marketing Plan
San Diego Real Estate offers a diverse mix of properties and many consider this are a great location for their future residence. This site will help potential sellers on the process for marketing their homes and steps to make the transition a smooth one.
The sale of a property has many facets that need to be carefully considered and it is important to discuss them with appropriate professionals. With today’s real estate market and economy, some homeowner’s decision to sell their home might be due to a varaity of reasons. I have outlined some reports and resources that will address some of the concerns and questions for your particular situation. These reports include:
- Sell Your Home for More
- Home Selling Strategies
- Moving Checklist
- Common Selling Mistakes
The above reports are designed to educate future home sellers on some of the steps and expectations on the marketing and eventual sale of their home. Of course there are many other facets to the Home Selling process, and I am available to discuss any questions that you could potentially have.
The best way to make sure that you choose the right strategy to sell your property is to properly prepare yourself and ensure you align yourself with a knowledgeable Real Estate Professional. The sale of a home is a likely one the largest financial transactions you will ever have, both monetarily and emotionally. The purpose of this page is to in provide you with some tips that will help your transaction progress smoothly and result in you being a educated homeowner. Following are some steps to follow as you embark on this endeavor:
Making small but necessary repairs will increase the value of your home and help you get a good offer. Making last-minute capital improvements, such as adding a room, probably won’t be economical. Capital improvements may be economical, however, when improving the kitchen or bathroom. Ask your Realtor about which repairs and improvements are worthwhile.
How Much Should You Sell your Property?
When you have a property you’re interested in selling, part of your real estate agent’s job will be to determine its value. If a recent property appraisal exists, your agent should be able to obtain a copy of it for you. If the property is customized, or otherwise hard to appraise, your approval of a professionally prepared appraisal should be considered. If the home is in a tract of similar homes, your agent can prepare a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA). A CMA is a survey of relevant, recently listed, sold and unsold (MLS-expired) properties. It includes comparable property data and valuation adjustments relating to the home you’re considering purchasing. Can you ask more or less than the market value suggested in an appraisal or CMA? Yes. Without knowing the value of the property, however, you’ll likely price your property incorrectly making the eventual sale of the property take longer than expected and likely for a lower amount.
Of course there are many more steps involved in the sale of a property. There are also some common mistakes. Following are some common mistakes to avoid steps to follow as you get closer to selling your property:
Overpricing Your Property
It’s important to refer to comparative market reports when pricing your property. Examples of such reports include the Comparative Market Analysis (CMA), and Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR).
When your home is overpriced you help your competition. A technique sometimes used by real estate agents is to first show an overpriced home, then show a similar market priced home. This technique helps sell the market priced home since it is the better buy.
An overpriced home is often avoided altogether. By showing overpriced homes, an agent can jeopardize their relationship with the buyer. The buyer may think it’s a waste of time, or wonder if the agent has their best interests at heart.
An overpriced home can remain on the market, become “shop-worn” and even harder to sell. The longer a home remains on the market, the harder it is to generate interest in it, and the eventual selling price can be less than market value. By listing your home at market value, you can generate the greatest amount of interest and competition for it, resulting in the best possible selling price.
Failing to Prepare Your Home
It’s essential that your home be clean, well-maintained and in turn-key condition just prior to marketing it for sale. The fewer repairs the buyer has to make, the more they’ll likely pay more for your home.
Assuming you’ve maintained major components of your home (roof, foundation, plumbing, electrical, heating, cooling, kitchen, baths, etc.), preparing your home for sale includes correcting normal deferred maintenance. Do not undertake major capital improvements unless necessary. You’ll likely not recover their cost when you sell.
A thorough inspection of the interior and exterior of the property is necessary to determine what maintenance is needed. Anything not in good condition should be repainted, repaired, replaced or otherwise corrected. Be willing to pay for professional inspections and repairs.
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