Selling a Home in Knoxville, Tn
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Selling a Home in Knoxville, Tn

Selling a Home in Knoxville, Tn

If you are selling a home in Knoxville, Tn, don’t do these things! Make the proper preparations to get the max dollar for your home.

1. Sell Before The House Is Ready.

Take time to make a punch list and complete needed projects in your home. If it’s something that’s been bugging you, it will probably strike the buyer as well.

2. Over-Improve

Do not make too many pricy customizations on your home. Make sure any updates made on a home you are going to sell will provide a return.

3. Hire Wrong

Make sure the agent you choose will make you a priority. Agents who work in a team are potential options too. Consider interviewing a few agents before beginning the process. Make your intentions known to the agents you are considering. Choose an agent that strikes you as the best candidate to sell your house.

4. Hide Anything

Covering up or ‘failing to mention’ real problems can lead to huge consequences. State disclosure laws are strict and you can be sued after the sale for anything that should have been made clear.  This includes but is not limited to foundation issues, infestations, or even mold.

5. Rush

You should know about your mortgage, including pre-payment penalties your market conditions and trends and your options for your next home before jumping on the market.  Otherwise, make plan for where you are going to move to and consider market conditions before entering into a selling agreement.

6. Get Too Emotional

Emotions matter and are definitely relevant. Selling a home can me a mentally taxing journey. Not to mention, the reasons for selling a home are vast. Just make sure you remain mentally clear enough to make objective decisions.

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