Can You Still Sell Your Austin Texas Home For Top Dollar During A Slow Market? Yes!

Posted by Kent Redding on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 at 11:59am

Are you planning on selling your Austin Texas home but aren’t sure if it’s going to be able to sell during the current slow real estate market like your neighbor's homes sold over the last three years?

The good news is that you can still sell your home during a slow real estate market especially if you follow these tips:

Tip #1 - Make Repairs Now

It doesn’t matter if your Austin Texas home needs minor or extensive repairs, you should make those repairs NOW because buyers today have more options to choose from compared to just 12 months ago.

Buyers today have more options to choose from and if they tour a home that’s in need of extensive repairs they may wonder what else is wrong with the home even if those repairs are inexpensive.

Tip #2 - Get Your Home In Showable Condition

Does your home need new paint or a curb appeal upgrade? If so, you should get your house in “showable” condition because ensuring that your home is ready for sale will only make it more appealing to buyers.

Some of the things that you can do to get your home in showable condition include:

  •       Painting
  •       Cleaning up landscaping and planting new flowers
  •       Cleaning carpets
  •       Repairing flooring
  •       Replacing outdated cabinet and drawer hardware
  •       Replacing outdated light fixtures

Tip #3 - Price Your Home Right

Last of all, but most important, you have to price your home right if you want it to sell during a slow market. This is done by hiring a real estate agent who has experience with the local real estate market and will be able to price your home based on their comparable analysis of other properties in the area.

To get started with selling your Austin Texas Home contact us today by calling (512) 306-1001 or click here to connect with us online.

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