The amount a seller can reasonably expect at the closing
table has a lot to do with the condition of the property being sold. As obvious as that statement is, many sellers
are faced with the decision to spend money on renovation or sell “as is”. Both scenarios require serious consideration
as there are pros and cons to both.
When selling a house “as is” you may get too little for your
home. You are likely to attract buyers that are looking to fix and flip your
home for a profit and will be aggressively trying to bid down your asking
Similarly, you may miss out on buyers that just don’t want
the hassle or added expense of renovating their new home. Sellers do have the option to offer credits
towards renovation but often this isn’t enough to entice home buyers.
If you are planning on renovating your home before listing,
it’s important to remember you are now spending money that you may or may not
recoup. A strict budget is a must and
projects must focus on the greatest return on investment. Kitchen, bathrooms,
paint and curb appeal are all worthwhile projects to help your home stand
out. It doesn’t have to be elaborate.
Neutral tones and a nice design will appeal to the most potential buyers. A well-manicured lawn can mean the difference
between a drive by and an actually showing.
In the end it is up to the seller and a good realtor that can
help their client make informed decisions based on current market conditions.
Author:Jeff McGahey Phone: 720-309-2059 Dated: November 4th 2014 Views: 1,444 About Jeff: As a Colorado native, real estate broker since 2006, and real estate investor for over 15 years I ha...
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