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TIPS FOR SELLERS

Let me help you buy a new house, land, ranch or commercial property or I'll be happy to discuss the sale of your existing property. As a Certified Commercial Specialist CCIM and a Certified Residential Specialist CRS I can show you how to make money.
"Put my experience to work for you."

Let me help you buy a new house, land, ranch or commercial property or I'll be happy to discuss the sale of your existing property. As a Certified Commercial Specialist CCIM and a Certified Residential Specialist CRS I can show you how to make money.
"Put my experience to work for you."

Let me help you buy a new house, land, ranch or commercial property or I'll be happy to discuss the sale of your existing property. As a Certified Commercial Specialist CCIM and a Certified Residential Specialist CRS I can show you how to make money.
"Put my experience to work for you."

                                                                    
                                                       

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Here are some items that Sellers of Residential and Commercial Properties Can Follow to improve
the time of the sale and improve your return.

 

Fully preparing your home for sale can make a considerable difference in the time it takes to sell it. You can help eliminate buyer
objections before they arise by making necessary repairs and improvements, some of which are suggested below.

   Outdoors
1 Spruce up your garden and lawn; trim shrubbery and replace dead plants.
2 Yard and patio should be neat; outdoor furniture should be clean and in good shape.
3 Clean or paint your front door - remember first impressions last the longest!
4 Manicure your front yard; make sure your driveway and entryway are free of clutter.

   Exterior
Check that house numbers, mailbox, and exterior lighting are all in good condition.
6 Touch up with fresh paint as needed.
7 Inspect chimney for cracks or earthquake damage.
8 Repair loose trim, drain pipes, and fencing.
9 Clean stains and window screens.

   Garage
10 Remove clutter and tidy up the shelves.
11 Clean the floor.

   Living Areas
12 Apply fresh paint as needed... think about brightening your interiors with neutral-toned paint.
13 Clean draperies and carpets.
14 Replace burnt out light bulbs.
15 Clean the fireplace and remove smoke stains from the wall and mantle.

   Kitchen
16 Sinks, appliances, and counter tops should sparkle; remove any clutter.
17 Wax the floor.
18 Clean the oven, range, and other appliances.
19 Clean tile and grout; replace if necessary.

   Bathrooms
20 Clean mirrors, glass, chrome, and porcelain surfaces.
21 Replace shower curtain if necessary.
22 Fix any faucet drips or leaks.
23 Clean grout and caulking; replace if necessary.

   Closets
24 Doors and drawers should open and close easily.
25 Remove clutter; tidy up shelves and racks.
26 Shoes and clothes should be neatly arranged.

   Overall
25 Check the basics around the house. It takes just a minute to check all doors, windows and cabinets to make sure they don't stick, squeak or are too loose.
28 Clean your furnace and water heater so buyers know they are looking at a house that has been well maintained.

 

 

 

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