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How To Decide What To Keep And What To Sell With The Property?

How To Decide What To Keep And What To Sell With The Property?

You want to sell your home but are confused whether to sell it with your furniture, appliances, and current carpetings. If the property needs repairs, you will also want to consider if you should fix things before selling.

Furniture

Would you keep the furniture or sell it with your house? You should decide this based on the furniture and the floor plan. The decision can also vary from one buyer to another. Some may want to add their own furniture. If your home has a standard floor plan, you can show the property empty.

Carpets

You may want to replace the old-looking carpeting. Changing them can mean a couple thousands of dollars and moving the furniture. You may be debating whether to replace it or offer cash on sale.

This depends on the buyer. Many buyers don't have the time to replace the carpetings on their own. They are most likely to prefer new carpetings when they buy a house. Besides, when you list photos of old and worn-out carpetings, it can affect your buyer pool.

A realtor can help you make the right decision in this regard. We at HelpFindingMyAgent can help you choose the best real estate agent for you.

Appliances

When you include appliances, they help in selling your house in a buyers' market. Appliances like ovens, microwaves and dishwashers are usually left built into the kitchen. But dryers, refrigerators and washers can be an exception. You can decide whether or not to include them in the sale depending on your preferences or if the seller requests it.

If your neighborhood has lots of properties on the market, leaving some additional appliances can increase your home's salability. It will be best to leave the appliances as "negotiable" on the listing sheet so that the buyers can ask whether the appliances are needed or not.

Repairs

There may be a broken light or a hole in a wall. Although you can allow the buyer to decide whether they want to fix it themselves or not, you don't want to lose a sale due to the poor condition of the property. It will be best if your house is in good condition before it is put on the market. You can have a fresh coat of paint, repair the visible damages in the walls and fix all the broken lights and faucets to increase your home's marketability.

Don't struggle with these decisions. Ask an expert. We'll help you get one for free. Call us today at HelpFindingMyAgent at 1-855-566-6652.

About the Editor


Tanya Stewart

Ms. Stewart holds a B.S. in Engineering Psychology from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana and Juris Doctorate law degree from the University of Georgia, Athens. She has over 15 years of experience running different businesses. She taught Marketing and Strategy for the Georgia branch of GKIC, a global Entrepreneurship & Marketing company.

GKIC influences more than 1 million business owners per year. Tanya specializes in Strategy for the business and implementation of the tactics necessary to execute the Companys plan. She also develops content, creates and refines campaigns and manages agents and staff to keep them on task. As a professional speaker and published author, she is articulate and persuasive, and serves as the American face of the company.

Her happy journey from Engineering-Psychology and through Law school merged into 15 years running different businesses. A professional speaker and published author, she has taught Marketing and Strategy for the Georgia branch of GKIC, a global Entrepreneurship & Marketing company that influences more than 1 million business owners per year. In seeking a new way to be of service, she Co-Founded HelpFindingMyAgent.com to combine her love of digital marketing and people.

Tanya Stewart
Vice President Sales &
Co-Founder of HFMA

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