Pandemic-Friendly Tips for Selling Your House
At first glance, it might appear that a home sale is impossible during a worldwide pandemic. However, nothing could be further from the truth. Check out these resources to help you navigate a successful home sale, regardless of what COVID-19 sends your way.
Technology Is Your Friend
In one sense, the pandemic couldn’t have come along at a better point in history. Since our age has the advantages of technology, we can do things to accommodate home sellers that no generation before could consider.
● Go online to explore the real estate market in your area.
● Consider adding drones to your arsenal of home-selling tech, since it’s a great way to present your property from unique perspectives.
● Hubspot suggests you ease staging woes with well-chosen apps for virtual staging.
● Prepare your home for presenting it virtually to buyers via photography and virtual tours.
Safe Showing Practices
Attracting buyers is one thing, but what if they want to take a closer look at your home? There are ways to do it safely, whether it’s in person or virtually.
● House hunters can schedule live virtual tours with a real estate agent, which is both convenient and safe.
● You can even host a virtual open house event.
● After the tour, a thorough disinfection ensures the safety of you and your loved ones.
Nitty Gritty Details
Thanks to your preparation and great use of technology, you’re likely to have an offer soon! Of course, home sales and purchases are major financial decisions, and when it’s time to sign on the dotted line, you can even tackle those aspects of your transaction safely.
● When it’s time for you to do some house hunting of your own, you can use the internet for prequalifying on your next mortgage.
● The home inspection is a vital part of the selling and buying process. Proper precautions ensure everyone stays safe.
● Even during lockdown, Alta points out that there are safe ways to complete your closing paperwork.
If it’s time to sell your home, you have options as technology and safety precautions can ensure your success even during the pandemic.
By Alice Robertson.