Selling a home can be both an exciting and an overwhelming process in California. Even the most gorgeous of homes may scare away potential buyers if they feature some overlooked issues. A few tips may help those interested in selling residential real estate to seal the deal.
First, a home issue that may immediately dissuade potential buyers from further pursuing a property is the presence of too many locks. More than a couple of locks per door generally does not make buyers feel comfortable. After all, they may wonder how safe the area surrounding the home truly is.
Another issue that can scare off home shoppers is poorly done repair work. Homes may be newly renovated but still not be upgraded in accordance with current building codes, or perhaps repairs simply are not complete. In this case, buyers may be reluctant to purchase the home. Dirt and dust on areas such as fake plants or window sills may also make buyers unsure about purchasing a home, as they naturally want to buy something that looks clean and new, not something that has not been kept up in their eyes.
Selling a home can be a challenging ordeal due to the many factors involved. Unfortunately, a single mistake, especially a legal one, may quickly threaten the success of a residential real estate deal. A qualified attorney in California can strive to help a seller to efficiently unload his or her property while achieving his or her financial goals in the Golden State.
Source: realtor.com, "8 Frightening Things In Homes for Sale That Scare Buyers Silly," Cathie Ericson, Oct. 17, 2017