|The Woodlands Real Estate|
Today's home buyers are picky, and prefer move-in ready! Most buyers do NOT want a fixer upper as life is too busy, especially families with children. If they have to improve curb appeal, paint, update, etc., they will likely make a low-ball offer, or worse, move on to the next available home listed for sale.
So, what is a homeowner to do when their home is not selling?
1. If your home is in great condition, contact your Realtor® and discuss a lower your price.
2. If you object to lowering the price, and your home needs work, I strongly suggest contacting a home stager (experienced in updating and interior design), and implement a plan for making improvements that will give you the most bang for your buck.
The Woodlands Home Selling Tip: "Be sure to compare comps with your Realtor®, and keep in mind, you can't price too high and expect to get top dollar if your home is dated or needs work."