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Real Estate Agents Bringing Out Teeth After Listings in the Market Get Tough - Local Records Office

LOCAL RECORDS OFFICE - Real estate agents are up to their necks after repetitive listings are up confusing homebuyers. This is a marketing strategy used by many sellers to reel in buyers to buy other homes.

The company "Local Records Office" in Bellflower, California takes your home and researches a reasonable selling price in your area, by gathering specific information your home will have higher chances of bringing in more money.

A lot of the people that decide to put a property in the market think it will sit for months or even years, but by using technology and gathering the right data property is able to sell 10-25% more.


Make sure to market out of the area and be sure to list your home on various sites. Do not limit yourself to one. Also, be sure to take good pictures and have your home on point for photo day.

No one wants to see even the smallest smudges or dirt on your countertops. This is game day, so get your house sparkling clean before posting.

Cleaning up the clutter

It is crucial to remove all the clutter before showing it to potential buyers. Buyers need to be able to picture themselves living there. Remove any furniture to make the rooms have an open space and look bigger.

Store away your personal items. Hire a stager if it is something you might consider spending on, so that way you have more buyers' attention with modern, neutral furniture, and stagers can make your home more salable.

First 2 Weeks - Open House

The first two weeks of having your home available for an open house are the most important. So keep your space open for realtors to do their job, and make it convenient for buyers to come and see your space.

Disclose Everything

Be sure to keep everything out and open on the table, and make sure to let interested buyers know whether there was a deceased or you have ghosts.

"Because you do not want to waste anyone's time and the longer your property sits on the market, the fewer chances it will sell," says, Local Records Office

Sweeten your Deal

Offer things to buyers to make your home more attractive for buyers. Sellers that offer things like thousands of dollars credit off closing costs or offer to pay closing costs entirely, will in some cases receive more attention.

Also, offer a transferable home warranty, for a one-year policy to cover appliances (can range from $300-$400) for air conditioners or refrigerators that may fail. Depending on the policy, other appliances may be covered.

And ultimately, some buyers are motivated with the option to close in a short amount of time. Closing within 30 to 60 days will set your deal apart and get you that contact.


Seller’s oftentimes overlooked the importance of curb appeal and the home’s overall external appearance and the way it fits in the neighborhood is one of the first things a buyer sees.

In real estate, appearances set your home apart and make it more attractive at first glance.

Move-in Ready

Doors, appliances, to electrical and plumbing fixtures must be compliant with current building codes and working.

The move-in condition is what potential buyers see as their first impression and they want to be able to move in and start enjoying their new home without spending time and money fixing it up.

The Price is Right… or is it?

No matter how much you spend on staging, and fixing up the property, it is very important to sell your house accurately for what it is worth.

Consult with a real estate agent who is up-to-date with the modern millennial helps and determine what comparable homes are going for in your area. It is important to put yourself in the buyer’s shoes and determine what a fair price might be.

Overall, follow these tips and doing a little extra work to get your home in excellent shape with an attractive price will increase the odds of getting your home sold.

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