Selling your Old Home to Young Buyers
If you are trying to sell your old home to young buyers in their 20’s and 30’s, you might want to take note of these important selling tips that are ideal for attracting young buyers to older properties.
Arrange for an inspection
It can be difficult to gauge how much you should spend on home improvements before you put your home on the market. A good idea is to pay for a home inspection. This will help you determine if there’s any repairs that absolutely need to be done before putting your home up for sale.
Purchase a home warranty
A home warranty is a good idea for sellers, as it will cover repairs for systems and appliances in the home. Most warranties are valid for 12 months, and will ensure you are covered while your home is for sale as well as after the closing of the sale. A home warranty will also gives buyers the security that they won’t be faced with the financial burden of major repairs in the first year after purchasing your
Show buyers the potential
It can be difficult for young buyers to visualise a home once the renovations are complete. Paying for some simple drawings that show a few different renovation options can help people looking at your home really visualise its true potential.
Let there be light
In general, homes that were built a few decades back had smaller windows and tended to be darker. Light up your place by removing heavy drapes and cleaning the windows to ensure that lots of natural light is present.