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What Does It Take to Engage a Buyer?

by Krystal Faticoni 09/01/2019

How a home seller engages buyers is key. If a seller allocates the necessary time and resources to connect with buyers, he or she can boost the likelihood of enjoying a successful property selling experience.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you engage buyers and speed up the house selling journey.

1. Create an Effective Home Listing

An effective home listing can make a world of difference for any seller, at any time. Because if you can provide buyers with plenty of details about your home in your listing, you could make it easy for buyers to understand your house's full potential.

Typically, it is a good idea to write a clear, concise and simple-to-understand home listing. You should include accurate information about your home in your listing, and you should avoid stretching the truth.

You also may want to incorporate high-resolution images of your home into your listing. That way, homebuyers will know what to expect when they view your house in-person.

2. Upgrade Your Home's Curb Appeal

If your house boasts amazing curb appeal, buyers may be instantly attracted to your residence. And as a result, you may receive many buyer requests to view your house as soon as your residence becomes available.

To improve your house's curb appeal, you should mow the lawn, trim the hedges and perform other lawn care tasks. In addition, you should fix any cracked or chipped home siding.

You may want to hire lawn care and home improvement professionals, too. With these professionals at your side, you can quickly bolster your house's curb appeal.

3. Remover Clutter

If your home is filled with antiques, paintings and various knick-knacks, you may want to remove these items for the time being. In fact, if you have a clutter-free residence, buyers may fall in love with your house as soon as they walk through the front door.

Oftentimes, it helps to rent a storage unit before you list your home. If you have a storage unit, you can keep assorted personal belongings safe while you try to sell your house.

For those who want to eliminate excess items, you can list these items online or host a yard sale. You may want to consider donating any unwanted items to a charity or giving them to family members or friends as well.

Lastly, as you get set to add your house to the real estate market, it may be beneficial to hire a real estate agent. This housing market professional knows what it takes to engage buyers. Thus, if you are searching for help as you craft a home listing, a real estate agent is happy to assist you. On the other hand, if you have any concerns or questions as you navigate the home selling journey, a real estate agent can instantly respond to them.

Engage buyers throughout the home selling journey – use the aforementioned tips, and you could reap the benefits of a fast, profitable house selling experience.

About the Author
Author

Krystal Faticoni

Full Time Realtor® servicing Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Union, Gaston, Iredell and York counties. I have 10+ years experience in sales and customer service. She received many awards since breaking into the business. One of them that I'm most proud of is the Rising Stars of Real Estate I received shortly after entering the business. 

I'm confident with my work ethic, determination, negotiating skills and overall customer service, I can assist anyone with their real estate needs. First time home buyers and those looking to relocate, look no further. I stay side by side with my clients to assure they not only find exactly what they are looking for, negotiate the best deal possible and educate them along the way. I believe that buying and selling a home for most is one of the biggest purchase you will make in your life. I want my clients to understand the process from start to finish. I also enjoy new construction and investors as well. Need to sell your home in order to purchase another one? Having been through that I know exactly how nerve wrecking that can be. Let my past experiences and expertise guide you through the process smoothly. 

I am a wife and a mother of 2. When I'm not selling Real Estate you can find me out on the soccer fields. Both my children play travel soccer and my husband coaches for Pfeiffer University. I was born and raised in central New Jersey. I later moved to the shore where we purchased our first home and started our family. We made the move to NC in 2015. Since being here we've totally fallen in love with all the things this beautiful state has to offer. I also spend my time volunteering for Cabarrus County Special Olympics, where I'm on the committee. I am also a part of the Cabarrus County Parent Advisory Council, PTA, leader of our neighborhood HOA Social Committee and 

I'm a volunteer for the Mecklenburg County schools as well. A Child's Place is a non profit organization in Charlotte that I also volunteer with. I agree with Audry Hepbrun, when she said; "As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands - one for helping yourself, the other for helping others."

Licensed in North Carolina & South Carolina