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Steps in Selling Your Home

1. Hire A Listing Agent

Hire A Listing Agent

Unless you want to learn how to sell a house by owner, your home selling journey will likely begin by finding a seller’s agent, or listing agent, who is familiar with your local market. Although they wear several hats, listing agents are responsible for representing the seller in a real estate transaction. That includes advertising the property, creating listings and researching pricing using comparative market analysis.

2. Decide On A List Price

Decide On A List Price

The list price, or asking price, represents the amount you as the seller want a buyer to pay for your home. An effective asking price considers several factors in the final sum, such as the state of the market in your area, the condition of the property and seasonality. For the most part, the comparative analysis your agent conducts will help you understand how much similar homes in the area are going for, and what you can reasonably expect to sell.

3. Understand How Long It Will Take To Sell

Understand How Long It Will Take To Sell

Similar to buying a house, the home selling process doesn’t happen overnight. However, knowing how long it takes to sell a house can help you set the right expectations and keep the sale moving as quickly as possible.

4. Renovate, Repair And Stage The Home

Renovate, Repair And Stage The Home

One of the most common questions first-time home sellers have is, “Should I renovate my home before selling?” The answer to which depends on a few factors. Renovations not only make a home look more enticing to potential buyers, but the right improvements can also increase your home value. However, not all renovation projects are worth the cost, time and effort they’ll take to complete Your real estate agent should be able to advise you on the top areas of focus that will help your property attract the best bid.

5. List The Home

List The Home

Now that your home is in good shape, you’re ready to list the home and attract buyers. The real estate firm or agent who represents you is responsible for this step. Once they’ve shared your home on the multiple listing service (MLS) – which is a database of every home currently for sale in the area – buyer’s agents will be able to view your property and some basic property details.

6. Market Online And Offline

Market Online And Offline

Advertising your home for sale helps your listing reach the right buyers and put you in the best position when it comes time to accept an offer. Even if you haven’t sold a house before, you’re likely familiar with open houses, “For Sale” signs in the front yard and other traditional marketing tactics. However, in today’s real estate landscape, sellers may need to adapt to new marketing strategies to compete.

7. Settle On A Final Offer

Settle On A Final Offer

With the right marketing strategy in place, you should begin to see offers roll in. Next, you’ll have to choose the right buyer and offer. For many sellers, choosing which offer to accept is pretty simple, with the home usually going to the highest bidder. But there are a few other factors you should weigh beyond price.

8. Anticipate The Costs Of Selling and Assemble Your Documentation

Anticipate The Costs Of Selling and Assemble Your Documentation

Selling comes with a number of expenses that you’re responsible for paying. Here are the main costs of selling a house to keep in mind: Closing Costs, Capital Gains Tax, Moving Expenses. On the other hand, Closing on the sale comes with its fair share of paperwork, and it’s never a bad idea to begin preparing the documents that you’ll need to provide or sign.

9. Close On The Sale

Close On The Sale

With the rest of the process checked off, you’re ready for the final step – closing on the home.

When Is The Right Time To Sell Your Home?

How much is my House Worth?

What are the next Steps?

Closing Cost and Realtor Fees

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