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Common Home Selling Concerns, and How to Resolve Them

by Lorrie French 02/16/2020

If you want to list your home, it generally is a good idea to address any house selling concerns right away. That way, you can alleviate these concerns before they slow down the home selling process or prevent you from accomplishing your desired home selling results.

Now, let's take a look at three common home selling concerns, as well as tips to help you resolve these issues.

1. Meeting Your Home Selling Timeline

If you want to sell your home by a specific date, it often helps to establish house selling milestones. Then, once you have these milestones in place, you can determine the steps you'll need to take to stay on track with your home selling timeline.

Of course, it typically helps to maintain flexibility relative to your home selling timeline. If you can quickly adjust your house selling timeline as needed, you may be better equipped than ever before to enjoy a seamless home selling experience.

2. Determining the Right Initial Asking Price for Your Home

How you price your residence can have major ramifications on your house selling experience. If you conduct a home appraisal, however, you can gain the insights you need to establish a competitive initial asking price for your home.

A home appraisal usually won't take long to complete, and the evaluation enables you to obtain a property valuation. Once you have this valuation, you can use it to price your residence competitively – something that could help you speed up the home selling journey.

3. Optimizing Your Home Sale Earnings

As a home seller, your goal is likely to earn as much as you can from your house sale. Yet optimizing your home sale earnings may be difficult, particularly if you fail to promote your residence effectively. But if you learn about your target buyer, you could boost the likelihood of getting the best price for your residence.

Think about your home and why a buyer may want to purchase it. Next, you can craft a home listing to highlight your house's amenities and features to the right groups of buyers.

Take a look at the local housing sector, too. If you find out how your residence stacks up against comparable houses in your city or town, you may discover innovative ways to differentiate your home from the competition. And as a result, you could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable home selling experience.

Lastly, if you require extra help during the home selling journey, don't hesitate to contact a real estate agent. This housing market professional can offer tips and recommendations to help you identify and address home selling hurdles before they get out of hand. Best of all, if you ever have concerns or questions at any point in the home selling journey, a real estate agent is happy to respond to them.

Want to add your house to the real estate market? Address the aforementioned home selling concerns, and you can enter the housing market with a plan in place to achieve the optimal results.

About the Author
Author

Lorrie French

"Where the Accent is on Service”

DRE#00910990

Lorrie is a San Francisco native and has 30 years of experience as a realtor/broker.  She knows the heartbeat  of the city.  From Russian Hill to SOMA from the Bayview District to the Marina, you’ll find her helping buyers and sellers handle their real estate needs.  Lorrie’s expertise in marketing, negotiating, and achieving results could be beneficial to you.  She takes pride on her ability to listen, communicate and most importantly, care about her clients.

  • Realtor designation - 1986
  • Graduate, Realtor Institute - 1992
  • Certified Residential Specialist - 1997
  • Broker designation - 1999
  • Senior Real Estate Specialists - 2005
  • Certified International Property Specialist - 2017

Lorrie is associated with:

  • California Association of Realtors
  • National Association of Realtors
  • Woman’s Council of Realtor
  • Past Director on the San Francisco Association of Realtors’ board
  • Director on the California Association of Realtors
  • Serves on the Legislative Committee and Professional Standards of the San Francisco Association of Realtors                             

She is active in the American Cancer Society, neighborhood associations, and Friends of the Urban Forest.  Her activities include yoga, biking, golf, and walking.

Lorrie attributes her success to experience, market knowledge, professionalism, and excellent communication.  Lorrie believes that buying or selling a home should be left to a professional -- not to chance.  Like with any major investment, one should be careful to seek out the best advice and assistance available. This is where Lorrie stands out; in fact, her track record of proven success and client satisfaction is the best assurance of the same outstanding service you will receive when you buy or sell with Lorrie.  She invites you to contact her and explore how she may assist you in a purchase or sale in the City by the Bay.