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Home Selling Tips #1- 3 in Oahu, Hawaii

Thinking About Selling your Home?

I’ve got Three Home Selling Tips to help sell it… FASTER and for more MONEY! Hi everyone, it’s Fawn Bertram with Homes by Fawn. In this blog, I will share with you Tips 1 – 3 when Selling your Home. Keep a lookout for Tips 4 – 7 when Selling your Home. It’ll be coming out shortly.

Tip #1

Get a Home & Termite Inspection

It’s IMPORTANT to fix health and safety issues prior to going on the market. It also shows POTENTIAL Buyers you’re TRANSPARENT and have NOTHING to Hide! By doing this First, there won’t be any Unexpected Surprises for you or the Buyer.

TIP #2

Get your home appraised by a LICENSED LOCAL Appraiser.

This can take the guesswork out of pricing and it ensures you don’t OVER or UNDER price your home.

Believe it or not, that Zestimate everyone looks at… is NOT ACCURATE… It’s just an ALGORITHM… and doesn’t take into consideration your UPGRADES, LOCATION, AGE or even the size of your lot!

TIP #3

Require the Buyer to be PRE-APPROVED NOT JUST PRE-QUALIFIED

You want the Buyer to be “Underwritten or DU, Desk-Top Underwritten.”  This means the Lender has seen the Buyers W-2s, Bank Statements and VERIFIED their Employment. A Buyer who provides a Pre-Approval letter shows they are qualified and ready to go.

More Information

Looking for more Home Selling TipsGood NewsSelling your Home Tips 4 – 7 will be COMING SOON! If you are interested in finding out more information on Selling your Home, please call, text me 👉🏻 808-439-1077 or Email FawnBertram@HawaiiLife.com.  It would be my pleasure to help you through the Selling ProcessI look forward to hearing from you and assisting you.  As always, make it a great Home Buying and Selling Day!

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