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Mr & Mrs M, Sandown, Isle of Wight

"Carol Bailey has been really amazing from start to finish in the whole home selling deal. she was our main port of call throughout the process. They as National Home buyers did exactly what they promised to do valued the property at a fair price. we agreed and kept there promise and time scale though […]"

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Can’t Sell Your Home: 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Your House

1. You have unrealistic demands

As you are probably aware, once you’ve spent a prolonged period of time in your home, you will feel something of an emotional connection to it. This often leads to a loss of objectivity, causing you to have demands which can be difficult to meet, and ultimately, leaving you unable to sell your home. So what steps can you take to overcome this?

Ensure that you remain realistic about the price and the advantages of any offers you may receive. You need to take the housing market in your area into account and how well it is currently performing. Remember that your house is a possession, something which can be replaced, potentially by one even better and one that you can replicate your emotional attachment with.


 2. The asking price is currently set too high

We have already touched on this ever so briefly but this one is so important that it has to be mentioned again. We all know that when we are looking to sell a property we have a rough idea of a figure that we are willing to accept to sell your home. There are times though, however, when we just want to test the water a little bit and set the asking price that little bit higher.

If you are guilty of this, then you are not alone, it is believed that a large number of homeowners do this, often at their peril. A quick search of the internet will provide you with a wealth of property comparison websites and ultimately, this is something negative for the seller. In this day and age homebuyers have a wealth of knowledge and it is unwise to try and request more money.

If you are looking for a quick house sale then asking for less money can actually lead to a quicker sale. An unrealistic asking price can lead to your property sitting on the market for an extended period of time and leading to frustration.


 3. Not making your house presentable before listing it

This may seem like something petty, but if you choose to ignore it then you do so at your own peril! If your house is cluttered, then you are not making use of the space which is available to you. A house which is cluttered looks smaller, is aesthetically unpleasant and ultimately, will not sell.

If you are having extended problems selling your home then you should sit down and try to work out how to make the most effective use of the space which is available to you. If you are looking to make a major change, then you should consider getting rid of all objects that could be considered clutter. Ultimately this will lead to a greater sense of space and will make your house more appealing to potential buyers.


4. Not bothering to make basic repairs

When you are moving it can be tempting to not undertake basic repairs due to the fact that you are going to be moving on in the near-future. While it may seem like something trivial, this is one of the main reasons why a house may be not selling.

If buyers enter your home and immediately notice a handful of items which require immediate attention, then their minds are going to begin to question the overall state of the property. If the seller has neglected these obvious issues, then they will immediately wonder about the things that they are unable to see.

Luckily this is something which can be rectified relatively quickly after you have done some initial research. Have a good look around your home and note down the things that need to be fixed and make sure that you get them repaired as soon as possible.


5.  Waiting too long to find a buyer

We are all more than aware that the housing market is highly delicate and often springs an unexpected surprise on both buyers and sellers alike. Whenever someone decides to put their home up on the market, a quick house sale is ultimately everyone’s main objective.

We all wish that we could assert more power and control over selling our homes, so what exactly is the solution? National Homebuyers are one of the oldest and most experienced quick sale property companies in the UK and have been established for over ten years now. We have legions of delighted clients who have benefited from our service and who made the decision to ensure that the time they spent on the property market was as short and stress-free as possible.

We have a highly experienced dedicated property team serving the whole of the UK, who are always on-hand to share their in-depth knowledge of your local area and ultimately, assist you in selling your house to a time-scale which suits you. National Homebuyers can help you Sell House Fast.

If you are looking to sell your house fast then take a look at how we work, or request a call back from your local property purchasing team today!

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