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Identify Your House's Strengths

by Linda Valenti 03/04/2019

A home seller who understands his or her residence's strengths may be better equipped than others to enjoy a successful property selling experience. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to identify your house's strengths before you list your residence.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you identify your home's strengths.

1. Conduct a Home Inspection

Although a home inspection generally is requested by a buyer after a seller accepts his or her offer to purchase a house, a seller may want to conduct an inspection prior to listing a residence. That way, a seller can gain deep insights into a house's strengths and weaknesses and map out his or her property selling strategy accordingly.

A home inspection may require only a few hours to complete, and an inspection's benefits can be significant. After an inspection, a homeowner will receive an inspection report that details any home problems. Then, a homeowner can use this report to learn about his or her house's strengths and weaknesses and explore ways to transform assorted weaknesses into strengths.

2. Consider the Buyer's Perspective

Think about why a homebuyer may consider your residence over other options – you'll be glad you did. If you analyze the buyer's perspective, you could discover unique ways to distinguish your house from the competition.

Evaluating the buyer's perspective may help you prioritize home upgrades too. For instance, if your home boasts a large in-ground swimming pool, you may want to dedicate time and resources to clean your pool and perform any necessary repairs. Or, if your residence has a two-car garage, you may want to eliminate clutter from it so you can show off the true size of your garage to potential buyers.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

If you are unsure about what differentiates your home from other properties in your city or town, there is no need to worry. Because if you hire a real estate agent, you can receive expert support throughout the home selling journey. And as a result, you can identify your house's strengths and take the necessary steps to highlight these strengths to potential buyers.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to sell a house, regardless of a property's age or condition. He or she is happy to meet with you and learn about you, your home and your home selling goals. Next, a real estate agent will craft a property selling strategy for you. And once you put this strategy into action, you should have no trouble achieving your desired house selling results.

In addition, a real estate agent is ready to assist you in any way possible throughout the house selling journey. If you have concerns or questions at any point during this journey, a real estate agent will respond to them right away.

Ready to add your house to the real estate market? Take advantage of the aforementioned tips, and you can identify your house's strengths and develop an effective strategy to promote your residence to the right groups of potential buyers.

About the Author

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Linda Valenti
I am along time resident of New Rochelle, bordering the majestic and tranquil Long Island Sound. Let me show you the beauty of the Sound Shore communities and introduce you to one of Westchester's best kept secrets! I am a lifelong resident of NY, and have worked with the United States Coast Guard for over 15 years, as well as FEMA for 12 years. If you're current/former M.O.S.or veteran, Union or Guild member in good standing, contact me. I have been a union member for 30 years at CBS News where I worked on many Emmy award winning programs, and am an Emmy Award recipient. Let my experience work for you.Whether you're buying, selling, renting or relocating I will guide you through the process from first showing to closing. Licensed in New York and Connecticut.