Are you in need of a quick sale for your Merced County house? Not sure where to begin? Our team at Properties 180 can help you get out from underneath your Merced County house in no time. In most cases we can even offer cash.
If your Merced County house is not selling, here are some additional strategies to help you get the house off of the market.
If you are looking to sell your Merced County house fast you need to take steps to get potential buyers interested. One way to do so is to pricing your Merced County house below the current market value.
Figuring out the best list prices begin with looking at the comps in your Merced County area and then choose an asking price that is slightly less. When you are priced below market value your house will look like the best available deal while also widening your pool of potential buyers.
When executed correctly, there is also the potential that you will start a bidding war. If you have received offers from multiple buyers for your house they will have to compete with their best offers or risk losing the house.
On the other hand, this strategy does carry the risk that you might not receive those offers that are over the asking price. You need to be willing to sell for the listed price as well.
Once you have your Merced County house listed for the right price you need to then put the home’s best foot forward. One way to do this is via home staging.
Home staging is a great strategy to create spaces that make buyers feel like your house could be their home. Staging can either be a “DIY” type project that you take on yourself or something that you hire a professional to assist you with.
Money spent on staging has proven time and time again to payoff in the end. Many times, staged homes sell faster and for more money than they would have otherwise.
Buyers will have your Merced County house inspected before closing. If the inspection finds things that the buyer is uncomfortable with, they may prefer to walk away from the deal completely instead of working through it. Being proactive is the best line of defense for these problems.
To avoid this, considering making the investment to have a home inspection completed. Once you have the report in hand, be sure that every potential buyer receives a disclosure and copy of the inspection. This will help put them at ease that you have done your due diligence and have taken care of your home.
The more a buyer feels they can trust you the easier the rest of the process should be. If a buyers’ inspection finds problems you failed to disclose they are going to start to look for other problems. If they don’t walk away from the deal completely they will lower the price they are willing to pay because of it.
If you have the time and flexibility, each of the steps above can help you sell your Merced County house fast. However, if time is of the essence and you don’t have the money to spend on staging or inspections, Properties 180 will buy your Merced County as is. Call us today to see how we can help you.