Raleigh Real Estate Agent: Tips For Selling in Fall!
Hello! Welcome back to our blog! In the past few posts, we've been discussing selling your home in Raleigh NC during the fall season. Most homeowners believe that spring and summer are the best times to buy a home but our Raleigh real estate agents feel differently! Fall is a great time to buy or sell a home for many reasons! To take a look at why, visit back here and here!
Today, our Raleigh real estate agent is going to offer a few tips to help you get your home sold this fall! With different weather conditions than spring and summer, fall can sometimes be a challenging time to sell a home without a bit of help!
Encourage your Raleigh real estate agent to schedule home viewings during the morning or daytime. With days getting shorter and shorter in fall, it’s best to see a home at its fullest capacity when the sun is bright and shining. However, it’s possible that many can’t view your home until after work, which means after dark. In that case, make sure that all lights are on in your home, inside and out. You want to brighten it up as much as possible so the home buyer can see every inch of the home. Even consider purchasing new lamps or brighter light bulbs to help lighten things up in darker rooms!
The fall season usually brings cooler mornings and nights. Make sure that your home is warm and inviting during those times. If you have a fireplace, be sure to have it roaring and ready when potential buyers show up to view your home. There’s nothing more inviting than a nice warm home with a fire on a fall day. The buyers will instantly fall in love!
Have a quick check to make sure that the harsh summer sun hasn't wreaked havoc with paint work on the exterior of your house. If this has happened, it might be time for a little bit of a spruce up!
For more tips that will help you sell your home in Raleigh NC, visit back with us soon! In the meantime, consider contacting our Raleigh real estate agent at The Roark Premier Team for help getting your home listed on the market now, before winter hits!