Richard A. Keri

Sellers should note shifts in buyers’ tastes and attitudes if they expect to sell their homes for the prices they want in a reasonable amount of time & they may want to be a good deal more proactive when presenting their properties. Unless a home is being shown as a “fixer-upper,” the days of showing a home “as is” are largely over. While sellers could once reason that there was no sense in making improvements to homes buyers were likely to customize themselves, millennials entering the market want “turn-key” homes they do not have to fix or modernize with new appliances. Sellers should consider updating older homes, in particular with features & amenities that pull buyers in.

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HINT: The quality & attractiveness of the images of their properties that sellers place online will largely determine the number of buyers they can expect to be interested in their homes


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