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Barbara Corcoran gives you tips on how to examine your house and make it more appealing to buyers.
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Here’s a tip from me that’s going to help you before you can list your house for sale. It’s so important to look at your own house from the outside in, walk in the shoes of the buyer and you know what I’ve learned, I’ve learned that every buyer out there decides if they’re going to buy your house or not within the first eight seconds. So you’ve got eight seconds, look at your watch and time yourself for eight seconds from the moment you get out of your car and walk up your walkway and see what you see. You’ll notice that the lawn needs clipping, the bushes need trimming. The outside of the house might need freshening up with steam cleaning.
The shutters might need to be retouched, your front door might have to be repainted. The doorbell maybe doesn’t work. All that, a buyer sees in eight seconds so if you can actually examine your house through their eyes and walk in their shoes, you’re going to put your house in the kind of shape that’s going to get you the most money for your house and if you really want to go over the top and the season permits, get a big group of flowers and put it right next to your door. Not only does it bring good harmony to your home in the Asian religions but it really makes somebody smile and say here is someone who’s happy to live here and what’s the association with that? You think you’re going to be happy too and that’s how you jingle money out of the pocket of the buyer to make them pay you the most for that house. Make sure you time yourself, you’ve got eight seconds. Go.