Preparing Your Home to Sell
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Need To Sell Your Home, But Can’ t Afford The Repairs?
If you are ready to sell your home, but the home is in need of repairs that you may not be able to afford. SOLUTION
Value added to home, increased profit and no out-of-pocket cost.
Value added to home, increased profit, and no out-of-pocket cost.
Bob & Sandy’s unique and beneficial program is the answer to your problems. H.E.L.P. allows you to work with vendors who will fix your home so we can list it for TOP DOLLAR… And you don’t pay anything until Bob & Sandy sell your home!
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Professionally photographed homes are more likely to sell in general because online searching and browsing is such a critical part of the home-buying process. Homes with professional photos sell faster and for more money across all price ranges. In the million dollar range, professionally photographed homes sold four days faster and those in the $600,000 range sold three weeks faster than their counterparts with amateur photos.
A picture is worth $60,000 in words. Other agents cost their sellers $10,000 due to substandard photos and staging.
Print advertising has limited market dissemination based on your distribution and does not allow the consumer to interact or engage with your product.
- Cheap Videos
- Loss of Potential Buyers
Video Drone home tours provide a cost effective and affordable way to market a home. The daily cost for print advertising varies from $66-$150 per day and has a shelf life of about 30 days. The cost of an online interactive virtual tour is about 27 CENTS per day and has a shelf life of 365 days with WORLDWIDE circulation.
Home tours on the internet are the Ultimate Exposure and can translate into faster, higher-priced deals for sellers, while helping home buyers decide whether they are interested in physically viewing a listing.
Previewing a home online gives the prospective buyer an emotional connection to the property they would not receive from a newspaper ad or still photographs.