How can I net more money selling my own home?

Here are three important tips:

Set the right price from the start. Homes that sell for the most money
are priced right when they go on the market.

Create a comprehensive plan to market your home. You can target buyers though flyers and open houses, but your home should be listed in the official MLS database by a REALTOR® so more buyers see it and you get a price closer to what you’re asking.

Hire an experienced Home Marketing Expert. A REALTOR® who knows how to effectively market your home can net you more money. Plus, they can save you time by assisting you with every aspect of the sale, from pricing your home to coordinating the closing process.

You can learn about these tips and more in my Free Consumer Report called “7 Insider Tips To Net More Money Selling Your Own Home.” Ask me for a copy and I’ll send it right over.

 I just took my home off the market because it didn’t sell. What can I do now to try to sell it again?



The biggest things to consider are the home’s price and its condition.

You may have set the price too high, keeping buyers and real estate agents away. If you lowered your price in increments, it may have been too late since it was already viewed as an “overpriced” home. Also, look at your home’s condition from a buyer’s perspective. Is there more you can do to make it stand out from other homes for sale?

It may be time to hire not just a REALTOR®, but a Home Marketing Expert. This is an agent who understands your needs and can use their expertise to re-evaluate the price plus share easy ways to make your home appear more attractive to buyers.

To learn more about how to sell your home quickly, call and ask for my Free Consumer Report called “4 Tips To Guarantee Your Home Sells The Second Time.” I’ll send a copy right over to you.

What’s the purpose of a home inspection?

A home inspection is performed after the buyer and seller have entered into a written contract. It’s a review of the home’s condition, including the heating system, attic, foundation, and a mold review. The point is to identify any area of the home that needs replacement or repair. You’ll use the report to set the final price of your purchase.

You may choose to buy the house and make the repairs, or you may walk away from the property if the costs would be too high for your budget and the sellers refuse to lower the price or make the repairs. You can get your earnest money back provided your contract has a “sale contingent on inspection” clause.

If you have any questions about selling your current home or purchase your next home please do not hesitate to contact me at 704-650-5707 or annagrangerhomes@gmail.com.