If you are reading this guide it is safe to assume that you have experienced the joys of being a homebuyer and a homeowner. Now you will need to prepare yourself to be on the selling end of the transaction. Depending on whether it is a buyer’s or a seller’s market you will need to be prepared to invest some time to prepare your house for sale. In a seller’s market your home may be sold in a matter of days at the price it was listed at or maybe even at a higher price. In a seller’s market you may not need to do much preparation like repairs or painting however it is certain that if you do these things you are more likely to get or even exceed your asking price. In a buyers market it is strongly advised to prepare the home for sale by making necessary repairs and generally cleaning the house up. Remember that in a buyer’s market your home will be in competition with the many other properties that are for sale so you will need to make sure your home has every competitive advantage.
Keep in mind that this is a business transaction and you will need to develop thick skin to get through the process sane. Think of the dozens of muddy footed people trudging through your home, criticizing the décor and the furnishings you spent endless hours getting just right. Remember there are as many different types of decorating styles as there are people so do not take any of this personally. You probably did not like many of the decorating aspects of your home when you first moved in and changed it to suit your style as time went by.
It is advisable to do a sanity check with yourself at this stage also before the “For Sale” signs go up. Ask yourself basic questions such as why do you want to sell anyway? Are you sick and tired of having only one bathroom for a family of four or is your home just too small for the number of people in your family? Maybe you are being transferred and have no choice but whatever the reason you cannot simply stick a sign in the front yard and hope for the best. You will need to do a lot of preparation. Follow US Real Estate complete guide to selling your home and you will be well on your way to a successful sale.
Nylund Realty LLC will ensure that your home gets maximum exposure through newspapers, Realtor magazines, Multiple Listing Services, local cable and the Internet. Nylund Realty LLC can also assist in all areas of your relocation.
Nylund Realty LLC will handle all aspects of marketing your home, ensuring that your home gets maximum exposure so that you get the price that you're looking for. Nylund Realty LLC will answer all of your questions and assist you throughout the selling process.
OUR PRINT MEDIA MARKETING
WHERE THE INFORMATION IS DISPLAYED
REALTOR-com, Philly.com, DelawareOnline.com, Phillyburbs.com and CourierPostOnline.com.
REALTOR.com: The official website of the National Association of
REALTORS@T).hey are the world's largest real estate database of homes for sale and are largest most active website with more than 353 million page views monthly. REALTOR-com. houses more than 2.2 million listings nationwide.
Philly.com: The premier website for the Greater Philadelphia metropolitan region, posts residential listing information. It receives more than 18 million page views monthly.
DelawareOnline.com: Posts residential listing information for Kent and New Castle counties in Delaware and selected zip codes In Chester and Delaware counties in Pennsylvania, and is operated by the Wilmington News-.Joumal.
Phillyburbs.com: Posts residential listing information for Burlington and Mercer counties in New .Jersey and Bucks, Philadelphia and part of Montgomery counties in Pennsylvania. Phillyburbs.com is a joint operation of Bucks County Courier Times, Burlington County Times and The Intelligencer, based in Doylestown, Pa.
CourierPostOnline.com: Posts residential listing information for Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties in New .Jersey and is operated by the newspaper for southem New.Jersey, the Courier Post.
WHAT INFORMATION IS DISPLAYED
When customers search for listing information about homes on these websites through the Internet Advertising program, they can view property photos, brief property descriptions, address information. The information is licensed for the sole purpose of display on these websites. No confidential listing information in
the MLS will be published
Includes: the Daily Journal circulated throughout Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic and Gloucester County areas. Egg Harbor News, Atlantic County Record and Mainland Journal which covers the casino and shore points. Gloucester County Times circulated throughout Gloucester and Salem counties. Bridgeton Evening News circulated throughout Upper Cumberland, Salem and Gloucester Counties.