Spring is getting closer, and that means that new listings are hitting the market daily. It’s a good time to give a shout out to all those prospective San Francisco home sellers out there who are thinking of putting their homes on the market.
I’ve been doing my job long enough to recognize good and bad seller strategies and decisions. So I thought I’d round up the bad ones to potentially make things smoother for some sellers this year.
Here are my top five home seller mistakes. Avoid them if you can:
1. Trying to save money by bypassing staging. Buyers want to see some effort on the part of sellers who are looking for top dollar. It’s important to take pride in how your home shows to agents and buyers, and investing in things like landscaping, painting and hauling clutter are equally as important as staging. Continue Reading