If your home has been on the market and hasn’t sold, there are a few steps that can be taken to pre the reset button and get your home sold.
The most important is to make sure your home is show ready and doesn’t look “tired.” This can be achieved by removing any excess clutter in the home and making sure the furniture looks good. Next, change out the keypads of security systems and the thermostat if neccesary. If they are old and outdated they can really make a house look tired.
Some homes are more difficult to show than others for a variety reasons. When you can’t show a home it can make it very difficult to sell.
If your home is not drawing the interest you would like then you need to take a look at the asking price and how it is being marketed. As good as the marklet it’s the correctly priced homes that are moving and garnering multiple offers, often over asking price.
With regards to marketing, you want to ensure the copy describing your home hits on all the right points and all photography and/ video show the home in its best possible light. Remember, the greatest home in the world with mediocre photography is not going to get attention. It is also a good idea to switch up copy and photographs emphasizing different qualities of your home which ca n appeal to a whole new set of Buyers
You will also want to have your home prominently placed on real estate Websites in order to draw the most attention. In addition, it is critical that all technical aspects of the listing works, i.e. no missing photos or broken links. If this is not done correctly, your home could get overlooked simply based on a technical glitch.