Looking to sell your Charlotte home fast on MLS?
As it is, the average time to sell on the MLS is right around 90 days, according to Zillow.
And while many people, for various reasons, need to sell faster than that — maybe they need to move because of work or family changes, for instance — doing so can be a bit of a challenge.
You have to find the right buyer with the right budget at the right time.
So how can you increase your chances of selling quickly?
Here are a few tips!
Know and Understand Your Comps
The more accurately priced your home is, the faster it’s going to sell. So it’s worth taking a little bit of time to gain a thorough understanding of your home’s comps (comps is short for comparables). Be aware that some agents will overprice a home to try and put more money in their own pocket… even though this will cause the home to take longer to sell.
End Your Price With 99
It might seem like a silly sales trick, but ending the price tag on the home’s listing with “99” or “97” is likely to draw more eyes.
Focus On Photos
For bringing attention to the house listing, photos are probably the most important element. Buyers are scrolling through listings like they scroll through social media. And the photos are what catch their attention. So it’s probably worth paying a little extra to get great professional pictures.
Market The Property’s Strengths
In the listing, be sure to talk about the strengths of your property. Is it in a great school district? Is it a great home for investors to rent out? Talk about that to garner the right attention!
Hope that helps!
And if you want to sell your Charlotte home fast for cash without the hassle, give us a call at 704-461-0576 or simply fill in the quick form below. We can make you a fair cash offer and close in as little as 2 weeks!
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