Thursday, February 17, 2022 / by Capprice Kitchen
When is the Best Time to Sell my Home?
You want top dollar for your house, and you want it to sell fast too. It’s a tall order to fill, but when you know the best time to sell your house, it can happen. While the right time to sell your house is when the house is in great condition, its value is up, and the market is hot, there are certain times of year that you should and shouldn’t sell your home.
What is the Best Month to Sell my Home?
There isn’t one specific month you should sell your home, but focusing your selling efforts in the spring and early summer months usually has the best results. Most owners get the most for their homes in June and July, but most of the spring and summer months are great times to sell.
What Time of Year is the Worst to Sell my Home?
There isn’t a certain month that is the worst time to sell your home since you could sell it at any time of year, however, winter months tend to be slower no matter which part of the cou! ...
Sunday, September 26, 2021 / by Capprice Kitchen
It’s no secret that most of the country is experiencing a strong seller’s market. With more homebuyers than inventory, most sellers have been delighted to sell quickly and often with multiple offers above list price. Yet, some homes are still sitting on the market and these sellers are probably wondering why.
Here are a few reasons why your home listing may not selling in this Seller's Market:
1. Overconfidence – While many homes are being snapped up on day one, this does not mean you can avoid the basics of good marketing, professional photos, and open houses.
2. Overpriced – In a seller’s market, home prices do advance, but a dramatically overpriced home will still sit unnoticed.
3. Appearance – With low inventory, homebuyers will compromise on some issues, but properties in need of major TLC or extensive deferred maintenance will not hold mass ap. ...
Monday, July 12, 2021 / by Capprice Kitchen
It may come as a shock that many people purchase a home before ever setting foot inside. These buyers may be moving to a new country or city far away, or they may not have the time or resources to visit for a home search before the big move. Not everyone has the option (or the desire) to rent for a few months while they find a permanent home in their new location. Most homebuyers would prefer to purchase a house before they arrive, so they can move their belongings and quickly get settled into their home.
There are a few things you can do to make the process more manageable if you've considered buying a house unseen. The first step is to find a realtor in the area that you can trust. Let them know your circumstances and that you'll need them to help vet potential properties for you. They'll be able to provide you with a link to a virtual tour if it's offered, or schedule a meeting where they can walk you through the house via FaceTime or another video-based app. This will help y ...
Sunday, May 16, 2021 / by Capprice Kitchen
I’m sure you’ve heard about this crazy seller’s market we’re experiencing in the Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach area (and everywhere else it seems), so if you’re considering listing your home, here are tips to sell your home for top dollar!
My name is Capprice Kitchen with Pineywoods Realty and I’m excited to give you the tips you need to get the most bang for your buck when you sell!
Number One: Make Buyers Feel at Home:
One of the best ways to get an offer quickly and for top dollar is to do everything you can to help buyers picture themselves living in your home! Take time to declutter, paint walls neutral colors, and remove unique décor that may turn away buyers. Remember, we all don’t have the same likes and dislikes and you’d be surprised what little details may turn away a buyer.
Sidebar – My husband is a huge University of Tennessee fan and when we listed our house in Brentwood, TN, t; ...
Sunday, March 14, 2021 / by Capprice Kitchen
The #1 Reason Homes Don’t Sell (and How to Fix It)
You heard it’s a seller’s market right now so you couldn’t wait to sell your home. Except it’s not selling and you don’t know why.
You have plenty of people walk through it or inquire about it, but you aren’t receiving bids. What’s the problem?
The price. It’s the number one reason homes don’t sell.
Sellers price homes too high and buyers are turned off. They don’t even want to see the home.
So how do you know how much to sell your home for without losing? Here are the ways.
Know the Comparative Sales in the Area
The market dictates how much you can ask for your home. Buyers not only want to pay the market rate’ but lenders won’t approve a mortgage if the sales price is too high.
The market value plays an important role in the transaction. Do your research or work with a licensed professional who can research the comparative sale ...