It’s obvious that when you’re trying to sell your house, you do everything in your capability to turn it into a dream home that will attract the visitors and make them move in right away. But apart from the basics we bring you 8 etiquettes, stick to these seller etiquettes and your house will be sold in no time.
- Don’t hang around:
We know you like to show the buyers around, but they might feel uncomfortable looking around, with the owner there as well. You need to give them their space and let them do their own exploring.
- Take your pets with you:
Don’t leave your pets around the house when the visitors are visiting. Some might get distracted or be fearful of pets, and won’t be interested in buying the house.
- Clear the driveway:
It’s your driveway but during open houses you need to clear it away and let the others who come to see your house park their vehicles. In that way, they’ll also know what it’s like to park their cars for future possibility.
- Expect the unexpected:
The visitors will ask you question about the house, be prepared with the important documents just in case they want answers with proof.
- Bon appetite:
Serve different foods and drinks in the house. Something they can easily eat while walking around looking. After all good food means a good mood.
- Be Patient:
Patience is the key. Moving is a huge thing, give potential buyers some time to think about and then ask for their feedback.
- No Greediness:
You want to sell your house at a good rate but don’t be too greedy about it or you’ll end up losing people who’re actually interested.
- Heed advice:
Listen to the people who’ve already sold houses, they know what they’re talking about and it’s good to learn from their experience.