Are you planning on selling your home during the holidays but you’re concerned that it might be stressful to sell your home when we have Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years coming up? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
In this article, we will list for you several things to do that will help you to eliminate the stress that comes from selling your home during the holidays.
#1 – Identify the Right Real Estate Agent
The first way to eliminate all stress when selling your home during the holidays is to hire the right Real Estate Agent to help you list and sell your home.
At the Fred Sed Group we know that the holidays can be chaotic; that’s why we do everything possible to take the burden of the listing and selling your home during the holidays off your shoulders so you can focus on enjoying the holidays.
When you hire our Real Estate team you can have confidence that we’re going to show your home to the most qualified buyers who will submit a great offer on your home.
#2 – Follow the Instructions of Your Agent
One important thing that we do with every client is provide them with instructions on how they can get their homes ready for sale by doing things like: de-cluttering, cleaning, making minor improvements and staging their homes.
Following these instructions is important because they will ensure that your home will be ready for photos and videos which will eventually be posted on our website and a wide variety of other Real Estate websites like Trulia and Realtor.com.
#3 – Make Sure Your Home Remains in Show Condition
After taking the time to clean, de-clutter, and stage your home, the most important thing that we encourage you to do is keep your home in show condition. This means that your house will be ready to be seen by buyers at all times and will be free of the clutter that comes from daily life.
We know this step isn’t always easy for most sellers, especially if they have children, but if you can keep your home in show ready condition you can then leave the process of selling your home to the team at the Fred Sed Group and focus on enjoying the holidays.