McGuire Real Estate

Master the Home Selling Journey

by Eun Young Lee 01/05/2020

A home seller may encounter many challenges after he or she decides to list a residence. Fortunately, there are lots of things you can do to increase the likelihood of enjoying a seamless house selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you master the home selling journey.

1. Conduct an In-Depth Home Evaluation

Your home has served you well for an extended period of time. However, your residence may be in dire need of upgrades. And if you fail to identify problem areas before you list your residence, you may struggle to stir up interest in your house.

Oftentimes, it helps to conduct a home inspection before you list your residence. Although a house inspection generally is requested by a buyer after a seller accepts his or her offer to purchase a home, an inspection can help you understand your residence's strengths and weaknesses. Then, you can take the necessary steps to transform myriad home weaknesses into strengths – something that could help you reap the benefits of a successful home selling experience.

2. Upgrade Your Home's Interior and Exterior

If your house is full of clutter and in need of a deep cleaning, there may be no time like the present for a home interior makeover. You can allocate time and resources to enhance your home's interior on your own. Or, you can always hire an interior decorator, home cleaners or other home improvement professionals to upgrade your house's interior.

Don't forget to bolster your residence's curb appeal too. By mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges and performing other home exterior upgrades, you can make it simple for buyers to fall in love with your residence as soon as they see it.

3. Hire a Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent is a must-have for those who want to streamline the home selling journey. He or she will help you identify and overcome any potential property selling roadblocks. Plus, a real estate agent can help you plan ahead for the home selling journey so you can achieve your desired results as quickly as possible.

For example, if you want to maximize your earnings from the sale of your city home, a real estate agent will offer recommendations and suggestions to help you do just that. On the other hand, if your goal is to sell your current residence as soon as you can, a real estate agent will do whatever it takes to ensure you can sell your house without delay.

Let's not forget about the comprehensive guidance that a real estate agent can provide, either. If you ever have concerns or questions about pricing your home, how to promote your residence to potential buyers or other home selling topics, a real estate agent will respond to them right away.

Want to become a home selling expert? Use the aforementioned tips, and you should have no trouble mastering the house selling journey.

About the Author
Author

Eun Young Lee

Eun Young “EY” Lee has been living in San Francisco for the last 17 years. Over those years she has fallen in love with this beautiful city, the great food, incredible parks and mild weather. She enjoys exploring San Francisco’s different neighborhoods and seeing the unique character of them all. This exploration of the City and its neighborhoods sparked her interest in real estate.

EY grew up in New Jersey and New York, and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. She has over 15 years of experience in market research and client services. Her success in the corporate world was derived from understanding her clients’ needs. This translates to a real estate agent who excels at assessing what each client wants and needs. This, combined with her knowledge of San Francisco, positions EY well to help clients find and sell their home by the Bay.

When not working, EY is an avid tennis player and can be found playing tennis throughout the city from Golden Gate Park to the Golden Gateway along the Embarcadero. She also enjoys making pottery at the Sharon Art Studio, skiing, and enjoying all the great food in the City and the Bay Area.