So, you’ve decided to sell your house. You’ve hired a real estate professional to help you with the entire process and you’ve been asked what level of access you want to provide to potential buyers. By access, we mean access for showings, open houses and other opportunities for prospective buyers to come and see your home in person to consider it as a option for them.
There are four elements to a quality listing. At the top of the list is Access, followed by Condition, Financing, and Price. The reason access is so important is that it is difficult for buyers to consider an offer on your home if they can't adequately review the home in person. I wanted to take a moment to touch on some key points to help you ensure that prospective buyers have the opportunity to consider your home with regards to access.
Certainly, living in a home while trying to sell it isn't always an easy thing, especially when there are kids involved that may cause extra cleaning preparation. Each seller needs to make decisions on house access that works for them. The key is to align expectations with access. The more difficult your home is to show, the fewer showings you may have and the longer it may take to sell. In a competitive marketplace, access can make or break your ability to get the price you are looking for, or even sell your house at all.
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