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Selling Strategies To Get You The Most Money For Your Home.

Useful Selling strategies and Tips for Sellers to get the MOST money and multiple offers.

The Biszantz Connection Tips for getting the most money and multiple offers for your listed home.

How to sell your home fast with multiple offers? Listen to this!

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SELLING STRATEGIES

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How Buyers Gain A Huge Advantage Using The Biszantz Connection.

How we can help you Buy a property in San Diego

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Watch Shannon’s Video as she explains on how The Biszantz Connection team can help you with buying a property in San Diego Area.

 

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Increase you home value

 

Ways to Increase the Value of Your Home

Simple ways to Increase your Home Value.

List of things that you can do to Increase your Home‘s Value.

At some point in our lives, we sell our home and move to a bigger house or our job requires us to move in a different state. Whatever the reason may be, there is always one thing that concerns us and that is “How much is my home’s worth?” The big question that we always have before we decide to sell our home. When we sell our home, we always want a little profit from what we originally purchased our home.

So what exactly can we do to maximize or increase the value of our home? Here are some simple ways that you can do to increase the value of your home.

1. Paint.

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Choose the right Color for your Home

You’ve guessed it right! Painting your exterior and interior walls will boost the value of you home! Plan ahead. Choose the color scheme that can catch attention, the good kind of attention. Choosing the right color for your house can absolutely and dramatically increase your home’s value. Pick the colors on a cloudy day or in an open shade. Click here for more tips on choosing the right color for your exterior. I know that you are worried about the cost, so it’s better if you plan ahead. Click here for an estimated cost for painting your home. Painting the interior you can do it yourself or hire a professional. Always plan ahead so you can do some budgeting.

2. Kitchen

Matching Appliances can increase Home Value

Matching Appliances can increase Home Value

Repainting your kitchen walls, cabinets and counters with a new fresh and modern scheme will give your kitchen a boost! Also, your appliances should match each other. If you are aiming for a stainless steel door, your oven, or the dishwasher should match. You can order a new door for your appliances, call the manufacturer or check online if they have a door replacement for your appliances. I think this one of the cheapest and most effective way to give your kitchen a fresh look. Click here for more tips on Updating your kitchen.

3. Bathroom

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Do not forget to update your bathroom to increase the value of your home.

A fresh paint will do the trick! Choose the color that is fresh or something now will help to increase the value of your home. Also, don’t forget to change the toilet seat cover and redoing your bathroom grout. Small details count. Fixing or replacing what is broken will boost the value of your home! Click here for more tips on Updating your bathroom.

4. Landscaping.

Landscaping increases home value

Landscaping increases home value

Nobody wants to live in a wasteland, that is if your landscaping is that bad. Landscaping your property can be a bit costly especially if you will be hiring a professional to do it for you. However, a property that is professionally done and with a gorgeous landscape can boost your home or your property value up to 28% and this is according to economist John Harris. A Portland, Ore., study found that trees with a sizable canopy growing within 100 feet of other houses added about $9,000 to their sale price and shaved two days off its time on the market, according to Houselogic.com. You can also visit their website for more information.

 

We all want to sell our home for a top dollar. However, we need to do our part to fix or replace whatever is broken in our home and throw whatever is not needed to create more space in our home. You can also request for a free Home valuation in San Diego area, click here.

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Sell Your Home For Top Dollar With These Tips.

Sell your home successfully with these sales strategies from The Biszantz Connection.

Selling your home for top dollar

Strategies for selling your home for top dollar.

Selling your home for top dollar is a reality when you utilize the following tips before your home goes “live” on the internet for sale.  When I meet potential sellers I share these sales tips and others from my extensive experience representing people on the buy and sell side.

The Biszantz Connection has an extroadinarially high sales price to list price ratio by following these as well as other sales strategies.

The key is to present “a quality product” to the public that is indisputable in price and terms of the sale.

  • Have a licensed home inspector do a thorough inspection of the condition of your home before listing it for sale.
    • I always encourage my clients get a full report of the condition of the home from a professional source. It gives us the option to fix, replace any faulty items in the home to avoid it being a point of negotiation in an attempt to lower the purchase price in escrow. Who wants to find out that the upstairs guest bathroom leaks  into the kitchen ceiling?  Don’t be caught during the escrow and find yourself giving money back. Let the buyers home inspector struggle to find anything wrong with your home!
  • Get a termite clearance before listing your home for sale.
    •  To be able to offer a full termite clearance as a seller is a win/win for you. A buyer often is satisfied with your clearance and will not hire another termite company for their own inspection. Chances are you are going to have to get a termite clearance for any escrow involving a lender so you might as well have the termite company of your choice. If not, you may be left with no choice other than to use the buyers requested termite company….and they will not be working for you.
  • Excel in front curb appeal!
    • I cannot tell you how many times I have accompanied buyers into a home and when we pull up to the home, their mindset changes to….PASS in a milli-second. Once that happens, it is extremely hard to change their impression…no matter what is inside. Landscaping,  new paint is clearly worth a couple thousand dollars when you might be negotiating a difference between $50,000-$100,000 in purchase price.  How your home is presented reflects directly on the owner, their financial situation, need to sell, accurate or perceived. Bottom line, don’t appear to be desperate for a buyer. Bottom feeders come out at that point!

      Sales Strategies For Selling Your Home For Top Dollar

      Sales Strategies For Selling Your Home For Top Dollar

  • Do not ever settle for less than professional photographs of your home.
    • Presentation is everything when positioning a home for sale. Whether it is a $100,000 mobile home or a $20,000,000 estate on the sand makes absolutely no difference. For the price of a nice dinner, you can have beautiful photographs. When I look at home on the internet to show my buyers, I often pass at showing homes with amateur photographs for so many reasons. If it is presented this poorly to  thousands  on the internet…what is it going to look like in person?

Would you like more strategies on how to sell your home for a higher purchase price? It would be my pleasure to meet with you and create that winning strategy to get you top dollar at amazing speed on the sale of your home.

Happy Selling!

Shannon Biszantz

at The Biszantz Connection

619-417-4655 or Shannon@ShannonBiszantz.com

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Sales Tips For The  Successful Sale Of Your Home.

Home seller mistakes to avoid for a more a successful sale of your home.

8 Mistakes to avoid when selling your home.

8 Mistakes to avoid when selling your home.

If you’ve lived happily in your home for years, it can be difficult to detach yourself from cherished memories and look at your house as a commodity you’re attempting to sell.

But no matter how much you love your home, you’ll need to spruce it up before it hits the market.

For a smooth transaction that garners the most possible profit from your sale, avoid these eight common, and costly, home seller mistakes.

  1. Skipping a home inspection. Depending on the age of your home, scheduling a pre-listing home inspection  could save you a lot of time and aggravation. You can address issues on your own time and budget before  negotiating with a buyer to fix repairs.
  2. Skimping on your sales prep. While you may be tempted to “test the waters” and put your home on the market without painting it or making minor repairs, your home is likely to languish on the market and get a reputation for having a major problem. A thorough,  proffessional home cleaning should be your bare minimum seller prep. Your eventual sales price is likely to be lower if you don’t sell within the first few weeks after you list your home.
  3. Choosing the wrong REALTOR®. Instead of picking a REALTOR® who’s a friend of a friend, a relative or perhaps someone who’s great at working with buyers, take the time to pick a REALTOR®with an excellent reputation for listing homes. Your payoff will be much larger if you list your home with a REALTOR® with local market knowledge and sales expertise.
  4. Neglecting to ramp up your curb appeal. If you polish and primp inside your home but   neglect to pull weeds or paint your front door, you run the risk of potential buyers leaving without ever entering your home.
  5. Withholding information from buyers. If you hope that the buyers or their inspector   won’t find out about the leak under your bathroom sink or the fact that your basement gets flooded every winter, you run the risk of a nasty negotiating period—or worse, a lawsuit after the settlement.
  6. Overpricing your home. If you’ve hired the right REALTOR®, someone who can give you a strong market analysis and help you determine a reasonable price for your home, then you can avoid overpricing your home. If you don’t listen to a REALTOR® and base your listing price on an inflated view of your home’s value, you’re likely to end up selling after multiple price drops for less than you would have if you   priced it right the first time.
  7. Being unprepared for your next step. Whether you should  buy or sell your current home first  is only one part of the preparation you need to make to move. You need a back-up plan in case your transaction on either end takes longer or shorter than you think, and you need to understand your mortgage payoff and the closing costs you must pay.
  8. Letting your pets and kids spoil a sale. Part of your emotional detachment from your home is recognizing that while you love Fluffy and your darling twins, buyers want to visualize themselves and their own family in your home. Bribe your kids if you have to, but make sure the house is neat and as  neutral lookingand smelling as possible. Take the kids and your pets out (or lock up your pets) when prospective buyers are visiting: You never know if someone who is terrified of dogs or cats will be turned off from making an offer because of your adorable pet.

Selling a home can be challenging, but with the help of a reliable REALTOR®, you can avoid making mistakes and reap the rewards of your sale.

I thought this article would be helpful for all that are contemplating listing their home for sale.

If you would like to have a consultation with a licensed Realtor, feel free to call our office at 858-755-0075.

Shannon Biszantz

The Biszantz Connection

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