Common Home Selling Concerns, and How to Resolve Them

by Leanne Beliveau 08/04/2019

If you want to list your home, it generally is a good idea to address any house selling concerns right away. That way, you can alleviate these concerns before they slow down the home selling process or prevent you from accomplishing your desired home selling results.

Now, let's take a look at three common home selling concerns, as well as tips to help you resolve these issues.

1. Meeting Your Home Selling Timeline

If you want to sell your home by a specific date, it often helps to establish house selling milestones. Then, once you have these milestones in place, you can determine the steps you'll need to take to stay on track with your home selling timeline.

Of course, it typically helps to maintain flexibility relative to your home selling timeline. If you can quickly adjust your house selling timeline as needed, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a seamless home selling experience.

2. Determining the Right Initial Asking Price for Your Home

How you price your residence can have major ramifications on your house selling experience. If you conduct a home appraisal, however, you can gain the insights you need to establish a competitive initial asking price for your home.

A home appraisal usually won't take long to complete, and the evaluation enables you to obtain a property valuation. Once you have this valuation, you can use it to price your residence competitively – something that could help you speed up the home selling journey.

3. Optimizing Your Home Sale Earnings

As a home seller, your goal is likely to earn as much as you can from your house sale. Yet optimizing your home sale earnings may be difficult, particularly if you fail to promote your residence effectively. But if you learn about your target buyer, you could boost the likelihood of getting the best price for your residence.

Think about your home and why a buyer may want to purchase it. Next, you can craft a home listing to highlight your house's amenities and features to the right groups of buyers.

Take a look at the local housing sector, too. If you find out how your residence stacks up against comparable houses in your city or town, you may discover innovative ways to differentiate your home from the competition. And as a result, you could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

Lastly, if you require extra help during the home selling journey, don't hesitate to contact a real estate agent. This housing market professional can offer tips and recommendations to help you identify and address home selling hurdles before they get out of hand. Best of all, if you ever have concerns or questions at any point in the home selling journey, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

Want to add your house to the real estate market? Address the aforementioned home selling concerns, and you can enter the housing market with a plan in place to achieve the optimal results.

About the Author
Author

Leanne Beliveau

 

Enthusiasm, knowledge, and transparency are my aim when working with sellers and buyers. I am fortunate to be working as part of a team (The Bitt and Beliveau Team) with Bob Bittelari, who has 30 plus years experience in the business. It truly is an honor to have the support system that Berkshire Hathaway Commonwealth, and this partnership, provides. They are equally delighted to be working with someone like me who is attentive to her client’s needs and wants, has unlimited energy and the desire to get the job done in a proficient, prompt, and professional manner. I know our community, schools, and resources, especially those in Brighton where I was a resident for 10 years. I am passionate about finding buyers the right homes for them where they will build many wonderful memories. 

I obtained a BS in psychology from Endicott College, as well as an MA in psychology from Brandeis University. I have outstanding people skills, am goal oriented and I pride myself on exceptional communication. I have been a competitive gymnast and gymnastics judge and it is my goal to bring the organization and caring as a nanny and the focus as a gymnast to my real estate career. I also have a three year old daughter Bellamy, who is cute, but fast.