When you decide to sell your home, there are probably some issues you’ve neglected for a while that need fixing, or you’re just hoping the next owner will take care of. However, when potential homebuyers look at your home, these issues can make or break a sale.
As we transition away from 2020 into the light of the new year, many are considering a move-up from their starter homes. Realtor.com predicts that there will be a housing boom in the spring and summer of 2021, meaning now is a very good time to sell your starter home and look for an upgrade. With many Millennials and Gen Z’ers looking to leave cities for more suburban and rural areas due to working remotely, there will be plenty of demand in 2021. If you are thinking of capitalizing on this upcoming wave of demand, now is the time to start preparing for your move-up.
Summer is in full swing, and it seems nothing can stop serious homebuyers from fulfilling their homeownership dreams even during a pandemic. If you’re planning to put your home on the market, it’s important that you practice safety measures to ensure that your family and potential homebuyers are protected from the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19).
The new coronavirus disease or COVID-19 is interrupting the homebuying craze this spring season. Most people who have decided to make the big purchase this time of the year suddenly became cautious of viewing open houses for fears of getting exposed to the virus. You may consider having virtual tours if you’re selling your home on your own and you want to showcase the beauty of your home to potential buyers as the nation still finds a cure for the COVID-19.