Posts in Selling Your Home
The number of households belonging to older adults is on the rise across the nation, and (let’s face it) the homes themselves aren’t getting any younger.
If you are bound and determined to try to sell your East Aurora house without the aid of a real estate professional, you will quickly discover that one critical element that can’t be overlooked is marketing.
As soon as you decide that you will be putting your East Aurora property up for sale—whether soon or at some point in the foreseeable future—it’s also time to get strategic about growing your property's value—starting with a generous dollop of objectivity.
For years, there was little debate about the need for open houses in East Aurora: almost without exception, unless the seller of a Western New York home objected, at least one or two open houses were an accepted part of how most real estate agents went about marketing the property.
Today’s East Aurora real estate market is an alien landscape compared with what it was ten years ago, when it seemed as if a seller could just plant a sign in the front yard and wait for competing offers to roll in.
Putting together an East Aurora listing is serious business. It has to be brief, to-the-point, and at the same time, engaging.
When it comes to boosting your Elma home’s value, the question arises about which of the possible improvements that you might undertake would wind up paying for themselves.
You pronounce it “FIZZ-bow.” That’s FSBO: For Sale by Owner, and it’s the Road Less Travelled by area homeowners bent on selling a home in East Aurora as economically as possible.
A few of East Aurora’s professionals operate as one-person enterprises, but that’s unusual.
An Elma listing can be a smash hit when the pictures show a property that’s cosmetically appealing, the copy rings true, and the details hit the sweet spot where features and value are a match for the best the area has to offer.
Remember the good old days, when most people could depend on staying in the same job in the same community for an entire career?