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Home Selling Tips #4 – 7 in Oahu, Hawaii

Thinking About Selling your Home?

I’ve got 4 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 4 – 7 when Selling your Home. If you missed tips 1 – 3, no worries, here is the link 👉Home Selling Tips #1- 3.

 Tip #4

Offer a one year home warranty.

This gives the buyers the assurance that if any issues come up, they are able to get it fixed for a nominal fee.

Tip #5

Get your home staged or semi-staged both inside & out.

You want buyers to be able to see themselves living in the home! Remove personal items, clutter, and pet items.

Tip #6

Have all your disclosures uploaded into the MLS.

It’s a great way to be up-front about everything from when you replaced that old fridge and water heater, to the current maintenance and HOA fees.

Tip #7

Be as flexible as possible with showings and always have your home show ready! 

Don’t give a buyer the opportunity to fall in love with another home…when they could have fallen in love 💘with yours first!

Always keep your home clean and smelling nice. This tells the buyer you have properly maintained it… and gives them more confidence in making an offer!

More Information

Looking for more home selling tips? Take a look at “10 Things That Turn Buyers Off When Selling Your Home.

If you are interested in finding out more information on selling your home, or what your home is worth, please call or text me👉🏻808-439-1077 or email FawnBertram@HawaiiLife.com. It would be my pleasure to help you through the selling process. I look forward to hearing from you and assisting you. As always, make it a great home buying and selling process!

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