First Impressions Do Count
Decorate For A Quick Sale
Let the Sun Shine In
Simple Repairs Can Make a Difference
Make Your Home Sparkle
Arrange Bedrooms Neatly
show your home easily and effectively:
Rule #1: Threes a Crowd: Try not to be present during inspections. The potential buyer will feel like an intruder & will hurry through the house.
Rule #2: Keep the Music Down: Pipe in classical or soft rock music, but keep the volume down low.
Rule #3: No Pets Allowed: Keep cats, dogs, litter boxes and feeding dishes out of the way - preferably out of the house.
Rule #4: Create a Homey Atmosphere: Bake bread or cookies, or place cornmeal in a pie plate in a warm oven on the day of the showing. The aroma will make the potential buyer feel welcomed.
Rule #5: No Apologies: If you are present at the showing, never apologize for the appearance of your home.
Rule #6: Have Records Available: Have copies of your heating, cooling and water bills for the past twelve months available.
Rule #7: Silence is Golden: Let the Realtor discuss price, terms, possession and other factors with the buyer.
Rule #8: A Little Money Goes a Long Way: Your cooperation in cosmetic repairs will increase everyones interest level.
Thousands of homeowners each year trust Certified Residential Specialists (CRS) A CRS is a dedicated professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOC. OF REALTORS and has earned advanced certification by completing the course work and experience requirements of the Residential Sales Council.
Mike Parker - CRS, GRI, SRES, ABR at
859-647-0700 or 800-356-4530
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