Saturday, September 30th
Contact Judy if you’re interested in more information about
buying or selling a home
Click on icons for details (time, price, etc)
Saturday September 30th
Click on the icons for full details (time, price, etc.)
If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home contact Judy
- Be as flexible as possible with showing times. Evenings and weekends are the most popular times for buyers to view houses. Your home won’t sell if buyers can’t see it.
- Open Houses are important, especially in this current market. An open house allows your home to be viewed by as many people s possible, with minimal disruption to you and your schedule. My suggestion is that you plan on going on a nice weekend get-a-way and let me do the work!
- Have plans for your pets during showings. Some people are uncomfortable around animals. You’ll need to put dogs into crates, take them to doggie day care or ask friends or neighbors to care for them. Cats that cannot go outdoors should be placed in carriers. Most people are conscientious, but they cannot guarantee your pet won’t escape during a showing. Your pets are your responsibility.
- Put valuable items in a secure location. Most people are trustworthy but it is best not to leave valuable items in plain view (i.e. jewelry, money, collectibles, and personal electronics).
- Secure all prescription drugs. This is critically important, especially during an open house. Although your agent will be present for the open house, it is difficult to keep track of everyone at all times.
- Keep your house as clean as possible. Have a closet, bin or other convenient location to hide things if you need to make a quick exit. Do your best to have your home ‘show ready’ at all times.
- Don’t stay in your home during showings or an open house. It is very important that buyers have the time and freedom to thoroughly view your home. Most buyers are not comfortable if the seller is present. If you cannot leave consider going outside, go for a walk, or visit a neighbor’s house.
- It is okay to wait to leave for a showing until the buyers arrive. I suggest you check after about 30 minutes to see if they’ve gone and you’re free to go back inside your home. It is to your benefit not to stay in the home during showings.
- Be careful about talking to the buyers or the buyer’s agent. It is too easy to give away information to the buyer or their agent that could negatively affect you during negotiations. “Silence is Golden”.
- Call your agent immediately if you find any problems in your home after a showing or open house.
If you live in the Denver Metro area and are thinking of selling your home. I would be honored to help you. You can reach me through the “contact me” link on this website.