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Seller’s Guide

One of the ways you can prepare for a future home sale is to take time to know more about the selling process. Knowing more about the process of selling a home will help shed light on all of the important steps you have to take, allow you to create a solid marketing strategy, and will pave the way to better, more informed decisions.

If you’re planning on putting your home on the market, keep these helpful tips in mind:

Get Info on Comparable Homes

One of the very first things you should do is to search online and gather information on other listings in your area. Take note of homes that are similar to yours in terms of square feet, number of bedrooms/bathrooms, features, and so on. This will give you an accurate estimate of your home’s current value, which will help you determine a competitive price range.

Work with an Experienced Real Estate Agent

A real estate agent will serve as your trusted resource during a home sale. Search for an agent with plenty of experience in the area, as he or she will have the most knowledge on the market. A good agent will identify any disadvantages your home may have and do what is necessary to place it in a better position to attract buyers so you can sell it for top-dollar.

Create a Realistic Timeline

Before you put your home on the market, try to come up with a realistic time frame that will help you meet your requirements. If you’re after a quick sale, request a complete market analysis of the area from your realtor, and find out how you can work together to accomplish your goals.

If you’re not in a hurry to sell your home, ask your realtor for an in-depth analysis of local market conditions, so you can target the best time to sell your property at a great price.

Reassess Your Finances

Review your current financial situation and prepare for different scenarios before selling your home. Consult your financial advisor or real estate agent on how the sale may affect your finances. It’s also a good idea to ask for an estimate of the proceeds and think about how you can save on tax.

When you put your home on the market, you’ll need to have complete control over your finances, so you’ll be able to make use of them to your advantage during the sale.

Improve Your Curb Appeal

A home with great curb appeal stands a better chance of attracting more potential buyers. The best part about enhancing curb appeal is you don’t need to break the bank to make significant improvements. Just make sure your lawn is well-groomed, and you can add simple yet attractive touches like new plants and flowers, a repainted garage door, or a brand new mailbox.


Think strategically when it comes to planning home renovations. In order for you to make the most out of your money, opt for more budget-friendly improvements such as repainting some of your walls, installing new kitchen cabinets, replacing damaged tiles, purchasing new lighting fixtures, and so on.

Selling your home in communities within Middlesex, Monmouth, and Union Counties? Talk to us at Formula Realty! You can call us anytime at (732) 858-5822 or send us an email at mybrokermax(at)gmail(dotted)com.