7 Qualifications for a Quick Sale Property
#1 Proper Price A market analysis should be completed to compare the listed property with other sold and for sale properties in the area of the subject. This should be presented on a scale as all properties are not exactly alike in design and features. A “quick sale” property should be on the lower end of the scale. Properties listed above the scale will not qualify.
#2 Good Condition
Buyers expect a property to be in reasonably good condition. Most buyers are not skilled or interested in completing repairs even if they are cosmetic. For a “quick sale” the property should be in good condition.
#3 Easy Accessibility
Home buyers want to look at properties that are for sale on their own time. Homes that are not easily accessible could be passed over by a qualified buyer. There are plenty of homes on the market. “Quick sale” properties are available at any reasonable time.
#4 Reasonable Commission Real Estate agents work hard for a commission. They are not different from normal people. They work hard and expect to be paid for their time and knowledge. Cutting commissions might sound like a good idea on the surface, but this can cost the Seller tons of money and cause the property to not qualify for a “quick sale”.
#5 Seller Flexibility
Some Buyers need help with closing cost, some need to lease prior to close and some need other incentives to purchase a property. The wise Seller will remain flexible and willing in order to accentuate a “quick sale”.
#6 Property Appeal Staging a property can mean the difference. Buyers can’t visualize what a property could look like. They need to see it in its best light. Property appeal is a key ingredient to a “quick sale”.
#7 Proper Advertising If a Buyer doesn’t know it’s for sale they won’t try to buy it. Advertising should be far reaching in order to locate the best Buyer for your property.
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