You did it… you made the decision to sell your home. The sign is now in the yard and it’s listed for sale. Home showings will start soon. So what do you do once a home showing is scheduled? Break out your Preparing for Showing Checklist!
We’ve created this simple checklist that you can use before every home showing. This way, you know you have done everything possible to make sure your home shows it’s best.
It may not be possible to complete the entire list for each home showing but the more you can do, the better.
Please keep in mind, this checklist is to be used to prepare your home for a home SHOWING and is very different than preparing your home to sell. These are the tasks that should be completed just before home showings.
Hopefully this checklist will be a helpful resource for you when preparing for a showing. As we stated before, it may not be possible to complete this entire list before each home showing but the more you can do, the better.
Preparing for a home showing can be some work, but at the end of the day can result in a faster and more profitable home sale. The team at the Rodgers Real Estate Group are experts in the Peoria IL real estate market and can help you get your home listed and sold quickly! If you would like to explore the possibility of selling your home, Contact us today at 309-633-1133 or Scott@RodgersREGroup.com get the ball rolling.
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Whether you are looking to buy or sell a house in the Peoria, IL area, it’s important to know how the real estate market is trending. Below, we have created a page full of charts that compares real estate markets for many of the local areas and is broken down by high school district.
Peoria County real estate is on the list at #10 for the most affordable areas to buy a home. New research from ATTOM Data Solutions found that nearly 4 in 10 US counties studied require no more than 28 percent of a buyer’s annualized weekly wages to purchase a median-priced home. These 10 markets
House prices are up 5% to 6% locally in Central Illinois. Some areas are a little bit more, some areas are a little bit less. In a normal market, there are around 2,500 homes for sale. In a buyer’s market, that number is closer to 4,000 homes for sale. Right now, there’s approximately 1,000 homes for sale.