Selling your home in Miami is not that easy even though Miami is a well known place for those quality homes. With the crisis all over the world you have to think of ways on how to sell your property quickly. Every seller do not want that their property will stay on the market for a long period of time that is why you have to think of a better to way on how to make it stand out from the rest.If you are going to ask expert’s appraiser on their ideas on renovations that homeowners can do to make their properties will stand out, here are their common points of views on how to make a quick sell of your Miami real estate home.The visual attractiveness of a house as seen from the street is the most important part of your Miami real estate home to be prepared the buyer this is where buyer usually base their first impression. You do not necessarily have your home repainted, but it should look good and fresh. Get rid of those weeds and toys in the yard. Do a pressure cleaning on the sidewalks, resealing the driveway and replacing mailbox.Kitchens are the number 1 seller of homes, with bathroom on the second place. Consider replacing your counter top especially if it is already old and weary. And for bathroom, it will be better if you are going to replace the fixtures and sliding shower door. You may also hang some white towels. And of course you have to make sure that the bathroom is spotless.If possible the front door must have a glass side panels to allow light to shine through. You may also replace the hardware antique bronze is a cost effective way to make it look new. Doors inside the house should also be repainted and must have uniform hardware. Make sure that door bells are working.You should also need to clean the flooring. You have to shampoo the carpet so it will be free from stains and pet smells. You do not have to buy a new one because the homebuyer will want to select on their own.Upgrading the lighting fixture will be better. This is to make your home impressive, improve the look and mood of the house. Buy a chandelier but not too ornate. You have to keep the outside lights on at night because most of the prospective buyers often drive around at night.Cluttered homes usually drive away buyers. You have to make it open and very inviting so that buyers will get interested with your Miami real estate home.Most of the time people usually stay in their patio every morning and late afternoon. It is important that you have to make your patio appealing to the eyes.With all of these you can make your home belong to those elegant homes in Miami real estate. And for sure buyers will get attracted and give you a good deal.
At times, it’s easy for real estate agents to fall into a pattern of making assumptions when working with buyers. But it’s a dangerous habit that can derail transactions and lose clients. Are you guilty of making any of the assumptions below?Everything my buyer claims about his income and credit is accurate. Instead of asking for a letter of pre-approval from the buyer’s lender, you ask your client some questions here and there and then become satisfied with the answers. Then you and your client start looking at homes. Bad move! Always send your clients to a lender before you step foot inside a single property. You have no way of knowing exactly what price point you and your buyer should be looking at until you get word from the lender on the amount the buyer is pre-approved for…or if the buyer is even pre-approved at all. Why waste your time, and your client’s, until you have the real numbers.My buyer can afford the mortgage amount that she was just pre-approved for. Yay! Your client was just approved for $180,000 and that will get her a modest patio home just like she wants. But remember those initial conversations with her about how much income she actually brings in each month? And remember how your client said there was no way she could come up with any more money for a down payment? It doesn’t take a math degree to know that the monthly mortgage will be too much for your client. You’re the professional and it’s your job to tell her that while it’s great she qualified for the $180,000, she really needs to look at homes in the $X range. Crunch the numbers and show her. Get her to understand. And don’t show her any properties that she can’t afford. It does your client a disservice as well as the neighborhood if the home later goes into foreclosure.My buyer knows exactly what he wants. Sure, all buyers have their wants and needs lists. They all have their dream home. But there may be flexibility in those lists. You have to really listen to your client and then dissect what he’s saying. You may find that the order of importance on your real estate client’s needs lists are a little different than first indicated to you.My buyer understands all the costs involved in buying a home. Your average consumer is bombarded with misleading advertisements about buying real estate every day. So don’t assume that your client has the true picture of all the aspects of buying a home. Not only do you need to explain closing costs, appraisal and inspection fees, but also the initial costs of moving into a home…from shower curtains to window coverings…it all adds up.That the buyer won’t go anywhere else to get real estate help. Let’s get real. Real estate agents are a dime a dozen. Sure, they might not have your experience and know-how, but they’re out there. And perfectly willing to scoop up any client that falls by the wayside. If you can, secure your client’s signature on a Buyer’s Agreement. But more importantly, make sure you understand your buyer’s needs and try to meet them. Some buyer’s need a little more hand-holding than others. With impeccable customer service and top-notch real estate skills, you can make sure your buyer doesn’t want to work anyone else.