If you are interested in selling your home in Arizona, you may be wondering how to make the process smoother. Here are some tips that will help you sell your home.

Selling Tips Infographic - Tips Selling Your Home

The Basics:

  • Wash All Windows

  • Give your entryway a facelift

  • Make sure all exterior lights are working

  • Paint or replace street numbers on your home

  • Power wash your home, drive, and sidewalk


1. Get rid of clutter and unnecessary items when showing your home.

When you're ready to show your home, you want to make sure that it's clean and clutter-free. The last thing you want is for guests to struggle in a haphazardly cluttered space.

When selecting which furniture pieces to keep or replace, remember that the overall color scheme and style of your home should remain fairly constant. If you're planning on adding new pieces, then make sure that they'll work well with the existing décor of the room.

Organize your space when getting your home ready to sell


2. Negotiate a good price

Buying and selling a home can be difficult, especially when it comes to understanding what price a property will sell for. With the help of your agent, you should be able to identify which offer will have the best chance of closing! Reasonable offers with an understanding of what your home is worth can provide you with more leverage than higher bids that lack such understanding. Thinking of potential appraisal issues, buyers resources, and ability to complete the sale is important!


Tips to Sell Your Home Faster

Price the home for visibility

1 Price your home right and consider the impact of price on visibility

There are many different factors that go into the price of a home. You need to consider the home's location, size, condition, and more. However, one factor that many people do not think about is whether or not the homes price is too high.

If you are thinking of selling your home, make sure to set a realistic selling price by considering these factors as well as how much buyers are willing to pay for it.

There is no right or wrong answer about what price range you should list your home at - it's all about having patience and understanding where your home will be best positioned within its market.

Real estate agents know that a home's price is one of the most important factors when it comes to visibility. In fact, a home's exposure is determined by its location and the size of the lot, but the price is also a key factor. See the chart to help you understand the point on visibility and being able to receive offers that will have a high potential to close/sell.


Keep Your Emotions in Check when negotiating the sale of your home

Negotiating the sale of your home is a big decision that can have a big impact on your life. The emotional roller-coaster can make you feel like you are constantly living in the moment, but there are some things that you can do to help yourself stay calm and collected.

One is an agent the portrays the facts of the buyers request, more then how they delivered the message or there tone. A real estate agent that is not going to escalate an issue, but is willing to work with the buyers agent to find a solution.


Stage Your Home Properly when selling in Arizona

Selling your home in the state of Arizona is an art and a science. In order to make sure that the process goes smoothly, it is important to be prepared for what will happen. Do not underestimate the significance of staging your home properly when putting it on sale.


Organize closets and pantries when showing

When you're looking for a place to live, you want to know that the space will be organized and functional. It's important to show the property with everything in its place, including closets and pantries. If your potential buyer notices the pantry is over filled with food or the closet is over filled with clothes, they may assume it's not well-maintained and may be turned off.

Clean up to sell your home


Store some items off site to make the home roomie.

It can be really convenient to have a storage unit located within your home, but if you are looking for a way to stay organized and save space, consider storing some items off site. The bigger the rooms look the better.


Make sure kitchen appliances match colors

Many people believe color has a significant effect on how people feel and act. Research suggests that colorful kitchens have a positive impact on the stress levels of the kitchen staff. Not only do colors affect moods, but they also affect food preparation by influencing what food is presented to those in the kitchen.


Too many types of flooring can affect the buyers thoughts of the house.

When it comes to flooring, the number of options available can be overwhelming. This is because there are so many types of flooring and different styles of home construction. When it comes to buying a house, the buyer's thoughts should always be on what type of material will work best in the area and what their lifestyle is like. Keeping it simple and clean is always a good way to go.


If you have a 3+ car garage make sure it’s almost empty and clean so the cars fit,

Buying a new house is a will be a big decision to make. You need to decide how much space you need for your cars, whether you want a family-friendly home or something with plenty of quiet places.


Have potential Buyers Feel At Home

Whether it's a business or a person, everyone wants to feel at home. How we can make the buyer feel at home when they are at our place?

We can do this by having natural lighting, providing clean and non-cluttered surfaces, and having neutral colors that match the current home trends.

In addition, we can also provide some background music that is not too loud to distract them from their role in your home.

Don’t be present for the showing! If the seller is at a showing you turn a buyer into a guest in your home instead of a potential buyer. If the seller is anywhere near the showing the buyers know you are there, and they will move through the house fast to not waist your time, The buyer will miss out on it’s best features and them imagining themselves in the home.


Give your front yard some curb appeal to attract home buyers

Clean up your front yard for curb appeal

Having an attractive front yard is a proven way to attract homebuyers, increase the property value, and make a great first impression. Planting flowers and trees, lighting up the front with lights at night, and adding some greenery to the front are all common tactics often employed by those looking to make their home more appealing.


Bottom Line 

Before you start any of this, have us visit while your home is lived in!  We can probably save you a ton of time on what to do, and what to leave alone.  We live in our homes,  visit my house and you will see teenager's shoes, dog toys, and other miscellaneous random projects going on.  My home will never look like a model home unless it is for sale.  But if I sell I know how to show a home!