If you have had your house on the market for some time without success, dropping your asking price may seem an inevitable, if unwanted, next step. Your estate agent will often suggest this move if they have run out of ideas, motivation and most importantly, confidence in your asking price.
But is dropping your asking price really the answer to selling your home more effectively?
GETTING READY TO MOVE
With the property market showing some signs of re-opening, now is the time to get ready to make sure you’re prepared for selling your home, and moving on.
Over the past few weeks, house viewings have not been possible. But don’t worry – your estate agent will have been taking registrations of interest from people wanting to view your home, and should have a list of buyers ready to book an appointment as soon as they are able to.
You wouldn’t set off on a road trip without a map. So why start the next stage of your life’s journey without the homebuyer’s equivalent?
Let’s talk floorplans.
It’s no secret that floorplans have long been one of the key ‘must-have’ aspects for those searching for a new home.
After a winter of short, dark days sitting on the sofa working their way through the bottomless tub of Christmas ‘Celebrations’, home-hunters are hungry for a change.
Spring is on the horizon, the most salient time of year for house sales. With this in mind, our New Oak Estates team has put together a selection of nine tips to get you moving this springtime.
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