JUST A REMINDER
City of Temecula Residents are allowed 2 FREE bulky item pick ups, including e-waste each and every year! Just call CR&R at 1-800-755-8112 to schedule your pick up.
This may come in handy during a move, spring clean up or getting your home ready to sell. Need more selling tips? Visit us at http://www.teamgreer.com or drop us a line at email@example.com and we’ll be glad to help!
IS IT TIME TO SELL?
The real estate market in the Temecula Valley is showing more than just signs of recovery. More and more equity sellers are putting their homes on the market and selling their homes in a short period of time and at a higher price than we have seen in years. Foreclosure sales are still relevent but not in the record numbers that the media has given hype over. Short sale listings are scarce. Mortgage rates are ridiculously low. Buyers are everywhere and Realtors (including ourselves) are pounding the pavement looking for something to sell them!
Is it time for you to sell?
We can provide a professional opinion on potential value for your home to help you make that decision. We can be reached at 951-522-0518 April or 951-522-6308 Gary. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
The graph below is a snapshot of California in general. Keep in mind that some parts of California (Temecula included) tend to outpace others.
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We should probably start with what TO DO when showing your home but seriously knowing what NOT TO DO may be just as important. Keep in mind that these are general tips that have been proven over and over by experience. They don’t apply to every situation…but why take that chance?
Our Top 5 Things NOT to do–
Overdue it with candles, plug-ins and scented sprays Some people are very sensitive and certain scents may cause allergic reactions or just simply discomfort. Research shows a light vanilla scent is most universally safe.
Hose down entryways and patios off the house right before showings or open houses It may cause slipping or mess and it will discourage most buyers from wanting to step onto the back patio if it is wet.
Close or lock any interior doors Interior doors should be left open to let light travel into the dark interior spaces of the house and buyers are very uncomfortable about opening doors.
Be home during showings or open houses Take a walk or drive around if you have to. We can’t express to you enough how uncomfortable buyers are if you are there. They will spend no time in the home, nor will they be able to discuss any objections or ideas. This is crucial conversation that needs to be had while in the home. There is additional concern on the Buyer drawing you into potential conversations that you do not want to have.
Leave out mail, bills or small valuables, jewelry and trinkets Unfortunately we have to worry about this. Mail, bills and anything that may have identifying or sensitive information needs to be out of sight for identity theft issues. Also we prefer that any palm size valuables be put away during the home selling process.
If you are planning to sell a home in Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Wildomar or Winchester…we make a great partner! Call us for more information at 951-522-0518 or teamgreer@C21wright.com