Here in Plymouth, we’re fortunate to have a relatively healthy seller’s market.
Unlike other parts of the country, there’s still a decent amount of demand for homes in our community.
Still, to maximize their success on the local housing market, Plymouth home sellers should take certain steps to ensure that their home sells quickly and for the best price possible.
Continue reading to learn about some Dos and Don’ts of marketing your home on the Plymouth housing market.
Things You Should Definitely Do When Marketing Your Plymouth Home
- Do use plenty of pictures on your listing page to increase your home’s search engine optimization as well as to appeal to home buyers.
- Do include descriptive comments and valuable information about each of the rooms in your home marketing materials. This will help your home stand out to Plymouth buyers.
- Do include buyer incentives to help close the deal. This doesn’t mean that these incentives have to come at a cost to the seller. Most sellers will adjust the sales price to account for the discount they’ll be giving the buyer through buyer incentives.
- Do include virtual tours. This makes it easy for interested Plymouth home buyers to fall in love with your home.
And Things You Should Avoid When Marketing Your Home in Plymouth
- Don’t use poorly shot photos of your home in marketing materials. This includes pictures that are too dark as well as pictures of cluttered rooms.
- Don’t restrict access for home showings. After all, you never know which home buyer will ultimately make an offer on your home.
- Don’t make it difficult for agents to show your home. This includes restarted hours to show, requiring 24-hour notice and more.
- Don’t forget about using print advertising. By taking out a Sunday classified ad or buying an ad in the local weekly paper, you’ll increase the exposure your home will have to prospective Plymouth buyers.
Plymouth Properties for Sale
I hope you found the above information helpful as a Plymouth home seller.
I have experience selling homes in several Plymouth residential communities, including:
- Country Club Village of Plymouth
- Deer Creek
- Fox Pointe
- Heather Hills
- Hunters Creek
- Huntington Park
- Pine Ridge
- Plymouth Commons
- Rolling Oaks
- Woodlore North
Thus, I’d be happy to help you with all of your home-selling needs as well!
Until next time,