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When it comes time to sell your home, it’s important to hire a seasoned real estate team of professionals that specialize in your area & have a good pulse on the Las Vegas real estate market.

Whether you’re looking to sell your property now or in the future, our goal is to educate & help you keep up to date with market trends & home values in your area.

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The Difference a “Team” can Make

The Secret Problem the Real Estate Agents Won’t Tell You About

Top 20 Tips to Get Your Property “Top Dollar” Ready to Sell!

Make the Most of Your Home’s First Impression

A well-manicured lawn, neatly trimmed shrubs and a clutter-free porch welcome prospects. So does a freshly painted – or at least freshly scrubbed – front door. If it’s autumn, rake the leaves. The fewer obstacles between prospects and the true appeal of your home, the better.

Invest A Few Hows for Future Dividends

Here’s your chance to clean up in real estate. Tidy the living room, the bathroom, the kitchen. If your woodwork is scuffed or the paint is fading, consider some minor touch-ups and redecorating. Updating the hardware on kitchen cabinets, adding new slipcovers to sofas and keeping a vase of fresh flowers in the entryway are some simple touches that can go a long way. If you’re worried about time, hire professional cleaners or painters to help get your house ready. Remember, prospects would rather see how great your home really looks than hear how great it could look “with a little work.”

Check Faucets and Bulbs

Dripping water rattles the nerves, discolors sinks and suggests faulty or worn-out plumbing. Burned-out bulbs or faulty wiring leave prospects in the dark. Don’t let those problems detract from what’s right with your home.

Don’t Shut Out a Sale

If cabinets or closet doors stick in your home, you can be sure they will also stick in a prospect’s mind. Don’t try to explain away sticky situations when you can easily plane them away. A little effort on your part can smooth the way toward a closing.

Think Safety

Homeowners learn to live with all kinds of self-set booby traps: roller skates on the stairs, festooned extension cords, slippery throw rugs and low-hanging overhead lights. Make your residence as safe as possible for visitors.

Make Room For Space

Remember, potential buyers are looking for more than just comfortable living space. They’re looking for storage space, too. Make sure your attic and basement are clean and free of unnecessary items.

Consider Your Closets

The better organized a closet, the larger it appears. Now’s the time to box up those unwanted clothes and donate them to charity.

Make Your Bathroom Sparkle

Bathrooms sell homes, so let them shine. Check and repair damaged or unsightly caulking in the tubs and showers. For added allure, display your best towels, mats and shower curtains.

Create Dream Bedrooms

Wake up prospects to the cozy comforts of your bedrooms. For a spacious look, get rid of excess furniture. Colorful bedspreads and fresh curtains are a must.

Open Up in the Daytime

Let the sun shine in! Pull back your curtains and drapes so that prospects can see how bright and cheery your home is.

Lighten Up at Night

Turn on the excitement by turning on all your lights – both inside and outside – when showing your home in the evening. Lights add color and warmth, and make prospects feel welcome.

Avoid Crowded Scenes

Potential buyers often feel like intruders when they enter a home filled with people. Rather than giving your house the attention it deserves, they’re likely to hurry through. Keep the company present to a minimum.

Watch Your Pets

Dogs and cats are great companions, but not when you’re showing your home. Pets have a talent for getting underfoot. So do everybody a favor: Keep Kitty and Spot outside, or at least out of the way.

Think Volume

Rock-and-roll will never die. But it might kill a real estate transaction. When it’s time to show your home, it’s time to turn down the stereo or TV.

Relax

It’s best if you’re not there when your home is being shown. However if that’s not possible, be friendly – but it’s not necessary to force conversation. Prospects want to view your home with minimal distraction.

Don’t Apologize

No matter how humble your abode, never apologize for its shortcomings. If a prospect volunteers a derogatory comment about your home’s appearance, let experienced Team member handle the situation.

Keep a Low Profile

Nobody knows your home as well as you do.  But our Team know buyers – what they need and what they want.  We will have an easier time articulating the virtues of your home if you stay in the background.

Don’t Turn Your Home into a Second-hand Store

When prospects come to view your home, don’t distract them with offers to sell those furnishings you no longer need.  You may lose the biggest sale of all.

Defer to Experience

When prospective buyers want to talk price, terms or other real estate matters, let them speak to the expert – your agent from the Snyder Group representing you.

Help Your Agent

Our Team will have an easier time selling your home if showings are scheduled through our office.  You’ll appreciate the results!

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