When you’re ready to put your property on the market with the rest of the Chesterfield homes for sale, it’s important to know that your realtor is prepared, too. They’ll be ready to target your audience of prospective homebuyers with carefully focused strategies that will help sell your home quickly and for top dollar.
Visual marketing can make or break a home offer
Needless to say, it’s essential that your listing is in tip-top shape. Photos at bad angles will not do your home justice, and a low-quality, blurry resolution will not inspire buyers to take a tour. Many home listings suffer from an inadequate number of photos, which in turn makes buyers suspicious of what they’re leaving out. For example, if the listing indicates three bedrooms but there's only a photo of one bedroom, many buyers will wonder why the other two are missing.
By having a talented realtor at your side, you can be rest assured that your listing will have quality photos at angles that highlight your home’s best features. Their close attention to detail will ensure your home’s listing is comprehensive, professional, and flattering.
A written property description can seal the deal for a tour
The written description can describe a home's features that are impossible to convey in photographs. For example, if you've renovated your home, the written description can specify how long ago the renovations were completed. On the other end of the spectrum, if your home is unique for a specific historical reason, the written description can intrigue would-be buyers by adding a piece about its past. Your listing will want to include attributes of your neighborhood that make it desirable, such as the specific location of your home and its proximity to major transit hubs or shopping destinations.
Together, the photos and written description work in symbiosis to market your home, and your realtor should know how to leverage these tools to ensure maximum buyer interest is met.
Knowing what “the audience” wants can earn you thousands more
When home buyers search for Town and Country real estate listings, they’ll likely want to see the home’s outdoor spaces. Your realtor will know to include photographs of your backyard and highlight its aesthetically pleasing curb appeal.
A master marketer is professional in every interaction
Your realtor should help you prepare to sell
During this time, your realtor will also give you suggestions on how to elevate your home’s curb appeal. Little projects like clearing the yard of debris, fixing up flower beds, and power washing the driveway will show buyers that you’re a responsible homeowner and have taken care of the property.
Having local knowledge about your neighborhood can boost your chances of success
Realtors who are master marketers study the market and know how to price a home so that it won’t linger. If a home is priced too high, it might outprice otherwise motivated buyers. On the other hand, if it’s priced too low, buyers may think there’s something wrong with the property. A skilled realtor will know how to avoid this problem.
Work with the team of master marketers at Dillon Gray LeFan
The team at Dillon Gray LeFan work in professional harmony to provide their clients with top-tier services and help them successfully purchase or sell real estate. If you’re interested in purchasing Chesterfield or Town and Country real estate, be sure to reach out to a member of the team to get started on your home-buying journey.