Selling a home can be stressful. It is, in fact, more nerve-racking than going bankrupt, losing your job, or getting a divorce, according to a British study of 2,000 sellers. It doesn’t have to be this way, though. To reduce stress and stay on the route to success, be careful to avoid these four mistakes when selling a second home in Lake Carroll.
- Don’t Take Bad Photos
Whether it’s a Lake Carroll vacation property or family home, first impressions are everything. Ergo, sellers should take their time shooting the best possible photos in order to attract buyers. Buyers who get the wrong impression when viewing a home on the web won’t ask for a showing, and if they don’t have a showing, they won’t buy.
Research shows that 83 percent of buyers think pictures are very important, while properties with high-quality images receive a 47 percent higher asking price per square foot. So, a little extra care with your photos will not just help you sell, it might lead to more money in your pocket on closing day.
- Don’t Sell a Second Home That’s in a Poor Condition
Homes in a state of disrepair are a tough sell and …