Tips to Help You Sell Your Home Faster

Easy ways to get your property moving on the market.  

When you’re ready to sell your home, you don’t want to have it spend months languishing on the market. Maybe you’re ready to move into your new place, or maybe you really need the money from the sale. Whatever your reason for wanting to sell your home faster, these tips can help you snatch up a buyer quickly.

  • Use your social network. Your agent is putting a lot of effort into marketing your home, but that doesn’t mean you should sit idle. You have a network of people you can reach out to, so why not use it? Consider posting pictures of your home and information about its sale on your social media channels. You could have a past houseguest who loved your property and will jump at the chance to buy it!
  • Get technical. That is, use technology to your full advantage. Getting aerial photos of your house makes it look more prestigious and can clue internet browsers into your neighborhood, which could drive them to check it out in person. You can generally get a drone pilot to capture aerial photos for relatively inexpensive, too!
  • Pursue interested parties. Did someone express interest at your open house? Don’t let them forget about your property. A handwritten note or a batch of baked goods can keep your home at the top of their minds, helping you trump other similar properties. Just make sure you talk to your agent to make sure you don’t cross from friendly to overbearing before you start taking action.

If you’re trying to get your house off your hands as quickly as possible, the last thing you want to do is suffer through a complicated, drawn-out escrow process. Contact Eastland Escrows to get our dedicated team of escrow professionals behind you. We at Eastland Escrows can help you with all your escrow needs.

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