Home Selling Tips: How to Get the Best Price for Your House

by Judi Cardello 11/03/2019

If you plan to sell your house, you likely will want to do everything you can to maximize its value. Lucky for you, we're here to help you obtain the best offer for your house, regardless of whether you're operating in a buyer's or seller's market.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you get the best price for your residence.

1. Enhance Your House's Curb Appeal

Curb appeal is a difference-maker for any home seller, at any time. If you allocate time and resources to boost your house's curb appeal, you may be able to differentiate your residence from the competition. Perhaps most important, improving your home's curb appeal may help you increase the likelihood of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

To improve your house's curb appeal, you should mow the front lawn, trim the hedges and perform any necessary home exterior upgrades. Consider the homebuyer's perspective, and you're sure to find lots of ways to enhance your house's appearance.

In addition, if you need help with home exterior upgrades, there is no need to stress. Many home improvement professionals are available in cities and towns nationwide, and these professionals are happy to help you transform your home's exterior from drab to fab.

2. Determine the Current Value of Your Home

A home appraisal may prove to be exceedingly valuable, particularly for a seller who wants to establish a competitive initial asking price for his or her house.

During a home appraisal, a property expert will examine a residence both inside and out. This expert also will evaluate various housing market data. Then, the property expert will provide a property valuation based on the appraisal results.

Once you receive a property appraisal report, you'll have a good idea about the current value of your residence. You next can use a property valuation to set a competitive price for your home from day one of the house selling journey.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

As you look for ways to earn as much money as possible from your home sale, you may want to consider working with a real estate agent. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you can receive plenty of support at each stage of the home selling journey.

A real estate agent understands what it takes to optimize the value of a home. First, he or she will meet with you and learn about your house selling goals. A real estate agent then will help you determine the ideal initial asking price for your residence and promote your house to potential buyers. And if you receive an offer to purchase, a real estate agent will provide a recommendation about how to proceed.

Want to achieve the best-possible results during the home selling journey? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can move one step closer to maximizing the value of your house.

About the Author
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Judi Cardello

A Connecticut native and self-titled household CEO, Judi Cardello is passionate about connecting families with their forever home. She prides herself on being a thoughtful partner and a good listener while delivering results for her clients. Before joining the world of real estate, Judi helped develop, manage and market Cardello Architects with her husband, Robert A. Cardello AIA. Cardello Architects is an established, high-end residential and commercial firm. Located in South Norwalk, CT, RAC provides a full range of architectural services nation-wide. Judi, her husband, and two children have lived in Fairfield for over 19 years and are active members of their neighborhood and school communities. Knowledgeable about public and private schools as well as area amenities, programs, and services, working with Judi means working with a member of the community. She brings her insight, marketing expertise, determination and ambition to Remax Heritage and looks forward to contributing to the success of the organization. Judi has a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and 10 years of experience in marketing and product development with a concentration in international business.