Now that the house is looking pretty, it is time to help you buyer see the potential you see with a small amount of staging. In this episode, Bill and Pete go over the small things you can do to really help sell a house.
So now that the house is looking good, what’s the next steps? There are a few more things that need doing before putting the house on sale and Bill and Pete have got you covered on the details…
To wrap up this season, Bill and Pete go over some last minute things to think about before you are ready to sell.
This season is all focus on the tail end of any deal – selling the house and getting your big check! Bill and Pete go over every step you need to take to take the hot deal you have readied up and sell it for a profit.
The first question on anyones mind when going to sell a house is price since that is what dictates how much ends up in your pocket, so Bill and Pete, in this episode, go over how to find that magic number.
To make sure you get the very best price and the right buyer, you are going to need to set the stage in the neighborhood. In this episode, Bill and Pete talk about how to set up the marketing so that the right people are giving you a call.
So once you have some marketing out, you are going to start getting some calls. In order to save your time (and your phone bill), there are a few simple pre-screening techniques you can do that will make sure the people you talk to are real potential buyers.
Once people are interesting in the house, they are going to want to take a look around the place. Bill and Pete go over in this episode what should be in the house to make the best impression and make it so you don’t have to spend you weekends at open houses.
Now you have shown the house, you have a few real potential buyers… What now? How do you pick the right one? Bill and Pete tell all in this episode.
We’ve reached the end! You have your big check! But we aren’t quite done yet… Bill and Pete have one last lesson on how to make sure you use that check to keep yourself and you business safe