5 Things That Drive Buyers Crazy- And How to Avoid Them When Selling Your Home


    Recently, we came across an article in Realtor Magazine that listed things that drive buyers crazy when viewing a home. They conducted a poll to see what annoyed buyers the most when home shopping. We decided to share the results because they may be helpful if you decide to sell your Huntsville home.

    -Homeowner is present during the showing: This can often make buyers feel uncomfortable. During the showing, you should run an errand, take the dog for a walk, or grab a cup of coffee. That way, the real estate agent can do their job and the buyer won’t get distracted.

    -Pets and their messes: Of course your pets are cute, but they may act differently around strangers. Even if you have them in a kennel, a barking or growling pet is a good way to get buyers out the door before taking a good look at your property.

    -Bad smells: Do your best to eliminate as many odors as you can – this includes cooking odors, cigarette smoke, and pet smells. Don’t cook with garlic or strong spices before the showing. Candles and air fresheners can make a huge difference!

    -Odd home makeovers: Sometimes taking things into your own hands can lead to do-it-yourself disasters. Examples include: doors that open the wrong way, unprofessional painting, and rooms being used incorrectly, among others.

    -Dirty and cluttered areas: Having dishes in the sink, laundry on the floor, and clutter on the counters and throughout the home is a great way to turn a buyer off. It is distracting and will have a negative impact on the showing.

    Most of these things can be avoided with a little extra work. However, having your home professionally staged and an agent to guide you is the best way to ensure your showings go great. For more home seller tips, be sure to stay tuned – in a few weeks we’ll have our stager with us to discuss some in-depth tips for getting your Huntsville home ready to sell.

    If you have real estate questions for the Huntsville or Madison County area, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We would love to keep you informed on all things real estate, all the time!

     

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