Tips to Move Your Home Faster in the Boise, Idaho Real Estate Market

Jamie Carmouche February 28, 2014

According to Livability, Boise, Idaho is one of the 100 best places to live in the country this 2014, coming in at number 12. This ranking is sure to attract more than a few people looking for a new city to live in. This ranking also means people looking to sell their beautiful Boise, Idaho real estate should find no shortage of prospective buyers.

Despite the fact that there is bound to be an influx of prospective buyers, it is still best for homeowners to sell their homes as soon as possible. After all, you never know until when a market surge will last. With that in mind, here are a few tips to help you sell your house faster:

Great Pictures

Many people search for real estate over the Internet, meaning they will rely heavily on the pictures you attach to your property’s listing. That said, be sure to take great pictures of your home, preferably on a sunny day when the sunlight brings out the beauty of your home’s colors.

Hire a Pro

Whether you are trying to sell Meridian, Idaho real estate or Boise, Idaho real estate, be sure to hire a professional Realtor. An experienced Realtor like Jamie Carmouche can help you determine the actual worth of your home, help you settle on a fair price, and help you reach a wider market of buyers.

Clean Up

Take the time to clean your home and to clear all the rooms of clutter. An article from Today explains why you should do so:

“You wouldn’t try to sell your car without first clearing it out, would you? Trying to sell your house when it is full of clutter is the same thing. People don’t see charming family mementos and alluring bric-a-brac; they see visual noise, like empty soda cans and banana peels strewn on the back seat of a Chevy. The buyer doesn’t want to see your house; they want to see their house of the future. Find a temporary home for all of your cherished possessions and let the house speak for itself.”

(Source: Dump this house! How to sell your home fast, Today.com)

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