List Items Online Before You Sell a House

by Rosemary Winn 02/03/2020

If you plan to add your residence to the housing market soon, now may be a good time to list any unwanted items online. In fact, there are many reasons to sell furniture, decorations or other unwanted items online prior to listing your residence, and these reasons include:

1. You can eliminate clutter from your home.

Excess items may take up lots of space in your residence. As a result, these items may make your home appear small and cluttered.

By listing excess items online, you can give these items a new home. Then, you should have no trouble showing off the true size and beauty of your residence to prospective buyers once you list your house.

2. You can improve your home's overall appearance.

In addition to taking up space in your home, unwanted items may collect dust over time. These items therefore may make your residence look messy and dirty.

On the other hand, selling your unwanted items online gives you an opportunity to transform your home from drab to fab. You can clean items to improve their appearance and showcase them to dozens of prospective buyers online. At the same time, you can clean your residence from top to bottom and ensure your residence is show-ready as soon as you list it.

3. You can earn extra cash.

Selling a home may prove to be costly, particularly for those who need to invest in property repairs or upgrades. Thankfully, listing excess items online allows you to earn extra cash that you can allocate toward the home selling process.

Clearly, there are many reasons to sell items online before you list your house. If you start listing items online today, you may be able to move one step closer to kicking off the property selling journey.

As you get ready to sell your house, you may want to consult with a real estate agent too. If you have a real estate agent at your side, you can receive extensive support from the moment you list your home to the moment you finalize your house sale.

A real estate agent is a home selling expert who will craft a personalized property selling strategy for you. Then, you and your real estate agent can work together to put your plan into action.

Typically, a real estate agent will showcase your residence to potential buyers and keep you up to date with any buyer feedback. If you receive an offer to purchase your home, a real estate agent can provide a recommendation about whether to accept, reject or counter this proposal. And if you approve an offer to purchase, a real estate agent will help you navigate the final stages of the home selling cycle.

When it comes to selling a home and achieving the best possible results, it is crucial to employ a real estate agent. Because if you have a top-notch real estate agent at your disposal, you can boost the likelihood of enjoying a seamless property selling experience.

About the Author
Author

Rosemary Winn

Commitment, Communication, Advocacy

My commitment to you:

Your home sold in the shortest amount of time as possible, the highest and best market price, with the least amount of issues.

Communication:

My job is to be sure that you understand all aspects of the transaction, answer any questions, and satisfy any misgivings.

Advocacy:

Always being present as your representative, negotiate first and foremost with your best interest in mind, and remaining your lifetime realtor even after the close of your transaction.

About Me:

Realtor since 2002, Broker Associate 2005, Certified Real Estate Negotiator, Senior Real Estate Specialist. Originally from the Midwest (Indiana/Illinois), and moved to the San Diego area 20 years ago

My career was that of a flight attendant for United Airlines for 35 years. So serving and helping people is and always has been my focus.

I am longtime happily married with a wonderful family of 5 grown children, 5 daughter and son-in-laws, and 9 grand children.

I am involved in my community as a member of the Rotary and Chamber of Commerce.