What To Do To Prepare:
1. Curb Appeal. Buyer’s associate the condition of the exterior of your home with the interior. Your home’s curb appeal must invite buyers to view the rest of the property. The same is true for land sales. Make sure entry gate is well-tended with fence lines free of debris.
2. Property Repairs. Simple upgrades such as window repairs, cleaning doorknobs and light switches, and a fresh coat of paint in the most frequently used rooms will instantly brighten up a home. Mend fences, gates, and perhaps water wells on ranch property.
3. Cleanliness and Staging. Keep your property uncluttered, sweet-smelling and well-lit from top to bottom. Remove old equipment from ranch property. Your agent will scan the property before it is listed for sale to see how you may improve the staging of your property.
4. Disclosure and Inspections. We are very familiar with the legal procedures involved in disclosures and are ready to suggest necessary improvement measures in an effort to create the most desirable presentation to market your property at its highest and best value.