Wednesday, June 19, 2013 / by Lela Ashkarian
Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.
Deciding what to fix and not fix before selling a home should be a simple calculation of dollars in vs. dollars out. However, whether a given project is worth doing depends on the current state of the property and a buyers’ expectation at that price range.
Sellers should talk with their real estate consultants about which tasks to do—and not do. For instance, should they paint? Should they refinish the wood floors? Would replacing the appliances be worthwhile? In your neighborhood, would new plumbing or electrical be a draw for buyers? What a seller does depends on what they’re competing against in their marketplace. A skilled and focused real estate consultant is the best source of information about what will help a home sell.
If you, or someone you know, is thinking of selling their home, call me at 305-395-0814 or email me at lela@CBSchmitt.com. I’ll send you a copy of my free report, Making the Move Easy On the Kids.
Lela Ashkarian, PA, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Coldwell Banker Schmitt, 305-395-0814
P.S. Who do you know who’s thinking about selling a home? Please let them know I’m available for a home-preparation consultation.