What more could you want than to get your home sold for the top price in a short time without any hassles? If you take a moment and read through the following suggestions before you accept our services, you’ll be on your way to a successful sale.
The goal is to simplify, depersonalize, and de-clutter the apartment in order for it to appear larger and brighter, giving a more spacious outlook to the potential buyers. It is important to attract as many qualified buyers as possible. While preparing your apartment for sale, it is essential to envision your apartment through a ‘buyer’s eyes’. Fact is, people purchase what they see, not ‘how it’s going to be’. Now is the time to make your apartment as buyer-friendly as possible.
Ask yourself, ‘Is there anything inside or outside the house that will hamper the sale?’ If so, replace it now. It is not a wise to wait until the sale.
Simplicity is the way to go. If it’s not furniture, it should not be on the floor. Remove all kinds baskets, luggage, etc. The more floor space the customers can see, the bigger the room will appear to them.
There are several things you need to know before listing your home for sale! Not properly preparing a home for sale can put a home owner at a huge disadvantage.
The expression “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” is absolutely true when it comes to selling a home. A home that is well prepared for home showings will likely sell faster than it’s competition. When selling a home you must be sure that your home presents itself in the best possible light. Making sure a home is cleaned, de-cluttered, bright, freshly painted and odor-free are just a few things that a seller must do to prepare the home for showings.
There are a handful of methods that we use to determine the value of a home. The most common method to determine the value of a home is by completing a comparative market analysis. A comparative market analysis also known as a CMA is an in-depth evaluation of recently sold “comparable” homes in the past 6-12 months.
A professionally completed “CMA” will take into account many features of not only a home, but also the local area and neighborhood. Considerations that a professionally completed “CMA” include, but is not limited too:
Number of bedrooms
Number of bathrooms
Upgrades to kitchen
Style of residence
Our required document list is :
DOA (Registered) with Land owner and Developer.
POA (Registered) which is given by Land owner to Developer.
DOA with flat owner and Developer.
Hand over letter by developer.
Registration / Sale Deed copy.
RAJUK approved plan with forwarding letter.
Land document : CS, RS, Mohanagar Khatian, Namjari, Up to date Khajna copy, NEC from RAJUK, Clearance from all Govt. Authority (if required).
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