5 Top Tips to Sell Your Knoxville TN House

Sold Home For Sale Sign in Front of New HouseKnoxville TN is in the midst of a pretty hot selling season right now. If you are considering selling your Knoxville TN house, and are serious about putting the most amount of cash in your pocket from the sale of your property, I invite you to contact me directly.

Here are the 5 Top Tips to sell your Knoxville TN house.

Focus on Curb Appeal: How your house looks to potential buyers as they drive up is a lasting impression. First impressions really do matter. If there is peeling paint or chipped siding, get it fixed. Trim up the bushes, pull the weeds, fill in the patchy grass areas and add new mulch if needed. This investment is well worth the money.


Make Necessary Repairs: The light-switch plate that is cracked, replace it. The baseboard where the paint is chipped, touch it up. Leaky faucet? Fix it. The fence in the back yard with missing or broken boards, fix it. All of these little things tell buyers the house wasn’t well maintained and can put them off.


Living RoomStage the House: This means a deep cleaning, decluttering and depersonalizing your house. Take out extra furniture if a room is small, and arrange furniture to show buyers how easily the house flows. Clean out closets, storing the things you don’t use regularly. A well staged house will often sell quicker.


Set the Right Price: Buyers are savvy. They do their research online long before they contact a Realtor® to see houses, and are educated about prices and features. What you want may not be what the market is willing to pay. Call me for an honest price analysis on your property.


Work With a Realtor® That Works For You: You have thousands of Realtors® to choose from in the Knoxville area. Some just want the listing inventory. If you are serious about selling your house call me today for an honest evaluation of what it will take to get it sold.


For more ways to ensure your house sells for the best price possible, call me today at 865-388-1311

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