By: Tara-Nicholle Nelson
Here are a few perspective shifts that can minimize the anxiety and maximize the outcomes of your first home-selling experience:
1. It only takes one. The goal of your pricing, marketing and property preparation efforts should be to give your home as much appeal to as broad a segment of qualified buyers as possible. That’s why, if you read this blog often, you’ve heard me beg and plead for you to get rid of your sequined kitty cat tiles and turn your dedicated jai-alai court back into 3 bedrooms before you list your homes for sale: highly personalized customizations can often limit your home’s appeal. The chances you’ll find another buyer who has always wanted a series of permanent shrines to Twinkies surrounding the headboard nook in the master bedroom are, simply put, slim.
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