SELL YOUR HOME WITH THE BEST OF THE BEST

Looking to sell your home?

Selling your home? When you choose to list your home with The Tejas Gosai Team, our Listing Programs will eliminate all of the uncertainty typically associated with selling a home. Our one-of-a-kind marketing system will ensure that your house is seen by qualified buyers, and sold at the highest price within the shortest amount of time.

Janet's Listing experience

Janet moved to New Jersey after accepting a job as a nurse in Trenton. She listed her home on the market with an individual agent from a reputable real estate firm. Sadly, she was stuck with two mortgage payments and her home sat on the market for over 6 months.  She had a few showings, but nothing materialized into an offer. The Tejas Gosai team called her as an expired listing and after 30 days and one open house, she received two offers from qualified buyers, and is on her way to closing!

The Top 10: Tips to Add Value to Your Home

Here are some useful tips to keep in mind as you work on creating a plan to sell to your home.

  

1. Clean, organize, and neutralize your space: Unclutter your house to make it look bigger and cleaner. Buyers need to be able to envision their own belongings in the home; so, avoid using bright colors and too many personal effects.


2. Keep Your Lawn Green: Get your lawn in shape. A patchy lawn takes away from the home's overall appearance. Your local hardware store has supplies to re-seed those unhealthy areas.


3. Add insulation to save energy: The most inexpensive way to increase your home's energy is to add insulation, which can reduce heating and cooling costs by more than 25%.


4. Update kitchen appliances: The kitchen is often the room that buyers gravitate towards first, and an updated kitchen can help sell your home. You don't have to remodel your kitchen to give it a new look. Updating your appliances to the current standard and replacing cabinet doors and hardware can make a big impact at a relatively low cost.


5. Update bathroom fixtures: A little change can go a long way when it comes to the look of your bathroom. Updating simple fixtures such as your sink and faucet can give any outdated bathroom style.


6. Build a fence: If you're trying to sell a house, the appearance of a fence adds value to the home overall. Buyers with children or pets will appreciate the privacy and security of an enclosed backyard.


7. Repair the gutter: Ensuring that your gutter is clean is crucial in protecting your home against water damage.


8. Light up the outside: An easy and inexpensive way to increase your home's outdoor space is to add lighting. It makes it more appealing and safer.


9. Store and organize: Ample storage space is a plus, especially when it comes to garages and closets. Efficient closet structures can help keep your clothes organized and can save space.


10. Polish off the basement: Rather than adding an additional room, it is more cost-efficient to remodel your basement. This adds value and usable space.

It's Showtime! Here are some tips to have fantastic showings

You want potential buyers to feel at home from the minute they walk up the driveway. Give them a canvas to fill. Start with a good cleaning, eliminate clutter, put away the knickknacks and add fresh coats of a neutral-colored paint to brighten rooms. Oh, and tidy up the yard. Your CENTURY 21® Real Estate Agent can give you all sorts of tips to help boost your home's curb appeal and impress potential buyers once they're inside. Here are a few basics:

  

· If the weather permits, open the windows (if there is too much noise outside, close them). If it's cold enough to wear a sweater to stay warm, turn on the heat. You want the temperature inside to be comfortable and to give the buyer more of a reason to linger, especially on hot or cold days!


· Light a fire in the fireplace, have chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven, or use lightly scented aromatherapy – such as lavender – to set the scene for a tranquil home.


· Open all the window coverings to let in light. If a particular window overlooks undesirable scenery or obstructed views, keep the blinds partially closed.


· Turn on every light in the house, including appliance lights and closet lights. Brighten dark rooms with few windows by placing spotlights on the floor behind furniture.


· Play soft background music.


· Move your cars to an alternate location, and allow your real estate agent to conduct the tour: potential buyers usually feel more comfortable – and less pressured – when the owners are not present.