A potential buyer walking into your listing and saying, “Nope — not for me” at first glance is the last thing you want as a listing agent. One simple way to avoid that scenario is good home staging. The key to effective staging is helping your clients make small improvements that will result in big returns. The same is true even if the client is currently living in the home.
As a real estate agent, your days can be long and filled with lots of trial and error, but you have to stay motivated and upbeat to be successful day-to-day. Are you feeling down, listless and uninspired? Not for long! Here are five ways to pump up your day!
The process of getting a property ready to put on the market can seem daunting enough. There’s clearing the clutter, endless amounts of cleaning, organizing and scrutinizing your property with a fine-tooth comb. What needs attention and what can you leave alone?
Several factors strongly affect the sale price of a home: market conditions, competitors and neighborhood location just to name a few. Although some of these key components lie outside of an agent’s control, one of the few things you can do to increase the perceived value of a home is to ensure each nook and cranny is scrubbed clean until it sparkles.
In this week’s episode of the Wright Brothers Podcast, Casey and Corey sit down with Angie Wright, seasoned real estate broker extraordinaire, to dig into the art of holding the perfect open house. Check out these key tips that Angie uses to make every open house a roaring success.