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30 Mayo 2017 
Two absolute basics for selling real estate in today's market are to have a realistic point of view about sales prices in the areas in which you are selling and to have a firm understanding of where your own bottom line lies. Your own bottom line, the least amount you are willing to accept for your real estate, will depend on a number of factors, including sales prices, and keeping these factors in mind , as discussed in the following article, can help sellers navigate their real estate sales.

If you are trying to sell your home, keep personal items minimally visible. Potential buyers who visit your home are hoping to picture themselves living there. Having personal photos and mementos everywhere only serves to remind them that it is someone else's home. You can bring out and proudly display everything once you are in your new home.

Provide buyers with a packet of helpful information when they look at your home. Include any information that you think will help the buyer make the best decision about the home. Keep records of the companies and professionals who have worked on the house, complete with details of the jobs performed. This will provide the buyer an excellent idea about the type of care put into the house during the time you owned it.

When you're selling your home, stop and think about the time of year that your are putting it up in. Families that want to move, don't want to uproot their kids in the middle of the school year. Most people are selling their home at the same time they are buying. Try getting ready to do shows on the home around late February, that way you have about 5 good months of possible buyers before it slows down.

Make sure your house is move-in ready. The last thing a buyer wants to do when they move into their new home is start fixing things. If the house needs work, do it before you put it on the market. If a buyer sees too many things that need to be changed or replaced, they will quickly lose interest.

If you are trying to sell real estate on the internet, it is important that your website is usable and understandable for the average visitor. If your visitors do not understand how to navigate around your website, then they probably will not continue to stay on your website, no matter how much they might be interested in your product.

Make sure your agent is advertising your home on the MLS and top sites such as Trulia.com and Realtor.com. Also make sure that plenty (six or more) quality pictures are included with each over here ad. Research shows most home buyers start on the internet, and you want to make sure your property is one they will immediately take a look at.

When you are negotiating with a potential buyer, you can offer to purchase a warranty on your home if they complain about items that are old and may break down after they purchase it. This is a nice option because the warranty costs less then changing the item plus it gives the buyer a peace of mind if something should happen.

If you are selling your home you need to be particularly careful about the way that you price the home. You want to find out the price of the most expensive and least expensive homes in your area and stay somewhere in the middle. If you price the house too high and need to keep reducing the price it will give a warning sign to potential buyers.

If your house has been stuck on the market for a while, try some Feng Shui tips to speed things up. Concentrate on the kitchen, bath and bedroom triangle to attract buyers with a feeling of comfort in these areas. Good smells in the kitchen, a spa feeling in the bath and a bedroom free of computers and TV are all good ways to make your buyer feel an attraction to your home.

Don't be afraid to sell your home and trade up during a real estate slump. Remember that if the selling price on your home is down, the selling price on the home you'd like to buy into is also down. If you lose money on your sale it will probably be balanced out by the savings on the home that you buy.

If you are considering listing your home in the off-season, think about whether or not it is possible for you to wait. If you can put off listing the house until the spring, you may get a better offer on your property. Buyers are specifically searching for deals during the off-season and they are much more likely to put in a low offer, in an attempt to negotiate a deal.

Make sure that your floors are clean and your carpets do not have any stains before someone comes to look at your home. No one wants to buy a home with dirty floors and carpets. If your carpet is in really bad shape, try to have them replaced before even putting your home on the market.

Building a built-in bookshelf in your office or study is attractive to a potential home buyer. They look at it as extra storage space that they do not have to pay for. Just try not to build too many around your house, otherwise, that can make your home seem too cluttered.

Fix the minor things. Prospective home buyers have a habit of checking the minor things in a house. They turn on all the faucets, and flush every toilet. Before you put your house on the market, make sure that you have attended to everything: check that the faucets don't leak, that you can turn the cold and hot water knobs easily, and the toilets flush properly. If necessary replace old fixtures.

As you are getting your home ready to sell, ask your family and friends for their opinions. You obviously love your home, so it is important to get a second (and third!) opinion on what buyers might think when they walk in. Your friends will probably mention several things that you never would have thought of.

Put everything in writing. Listing down your home buying or selling goals and important dates is always a smart thing to do. Keeping track of what you hope to accomplish can really get you motivated. Write your goals down as well as dates and times of house tours you may have given or taken.

In summary, you want to do all that you can, to learn about selling real estate. There is a lot of information available, but we have provided some of the most important tips. Hopefully, we have provided you with enough information, to not only give you a solid background, but also, to further spark your interest for becoming an expert in it.