Selling Your Encino Home? 3 Myths & Truths…
If you are about to sell your Encino home, everywhere you turn there seems to be advice about what you need to do. But the fact is, a lot of unsolicited information isn’t that good or reliable.
Before you list your Encino home, you’ll want to do a little research so you can separate fact from fiction. Having the right information saves time and money, just as being misinformed wastes time and cost money.
- Myth: The inside of a home is more important than the outside.
The reality is homebuyers are quick to judge, and if the home does not have curb appeal from the outside buyers will pass right by.
- Myth: The paint color inside the home is not important.
Homebuyers have a hard time getting past unsightly paint colors. Applying a fresh coat of neutral paint is always a great selling point. Moving is a hassle and homebuyers don’t want to waste time painting before they move in.
- Myth: You don’t need your home staged because your dirty laundry is out of sight and your floors are swept.
While having your home clean is a must, sellers raise the bar when they have their home staged professionally. Although a professional home-stager is not necessary, using a professional home-stager is the best way to sell your home fast and for top dollar. Bottom line, a home that’s staged looks and sells way better than a home that’s not staged.
If you are about to sell your Encino home, be smart and enlist a professional local Realtor… Like Ben Vorspan! Sellers that try to sell on their own, end up wasting time and money. Don’t be foolish, hire a local Realtor, they will provide the real truth as well as they will make sure you have all the best information.
Your local Realtor has experience in the Marketplace. They’re on top of the local market situation, and they help sellers in a tough selling market. If you’re planning on selling your home (in or around Encino) “I’m here for you” I’ve made it fun and simple for you, all you need to do is contact me through this website or give me a call at (310)926-2386.
This article was originally published here.