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Island Living Real Estate Seller Services will help you get the most from your real estate investment in the quickest time possible. There are several questions a seller should ask of a Broker:

  1. How are you going to market my property?
  2. What is the current market trend?
  3. What changes do I need to make to my property to make it competitive in the current market?
  4. Do you have a co-broke arrangement with other brokers?
  5. What experience do you have in the area that my property is located?

Here are some easy and relatively inexpensive tips to assist you with the sale of your home:

  1. Make sure the house is freshly painted in neutral colors.
  2. Remove personal items, such as family photos.
  3. Make minor repairs- patch holes in walls,
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For years we’ve been told that “looks don’t matter, it’s what’s on the inside that counts” but whoever’s been telling us that is wrong if you are selling or renting Bahamas Real Estate. While the saying may apply well to the social scene, the opposite is true for the real estate arena. Outer appearance is just as important as staging when attracting customers or people in general to your home. Follow these cost-efficient suggestions to improve the appearance of any Bahamas Home For Sale.

Landscaping

this could seem like a pretty expensive renovation, but bear in mind that it doesn’t have to be professional. Simply up keeping your lawn and trimming your hedges can improve the overall appearance of your home. A little landscaping could go a long

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Home staging is essential when trying to seduce potential buyers. It can set the scene for love at first sight, leading to love at first buy. To continuously impress buyers, it’s important to keep up with seasonal staging trends. These tips can be used to woo your customers this Spring:

Avoid a Colorless Canvas

Treat the home as a canvas, using color to set the scene that buyers need to see. You should bear in mind that optimal staging involves a balance between neutralization and strategic shading. Color should be used to make the home’s most attractive features pop without blinding or bombarding them. Use neutralization or a small range of colors to avoid visual jumble. Simple, light colors help draw attention to the best, brightest parts of

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Did you know that only 10% of potential home buyers can see past the personal tastes of home owners, whether it’s paint colour, window treatments or clutter? That’s why home staging might be a good option if you’re looking to sell your home. Home staging is the art of professionally preparing homes for sale by creating inviting and warm interiors that appeal to a wide variety of buyers. With so many homes on the market, it’s important to make yours the one that buyers remember by showing off your home’s potential. The first impression is a lasting one, and if your home is messy or badly furnished you could lose a buyer.

Sara Saunders, of Homestaging Bahamas says not many people can see the potential of a home. “Many buyers don’t realize how easy it

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With most real estate buyers searching the internet for Bahamas real estate deals. There are a lot of online listings for a buyer to view. Pictures can make your listing stand out and set you apart from the competition. There are some pictures that are must have’s when taking a listing:

Amenities:

Don’t just showcase the house, showcase the amenities too. The selling point of many homes are what they have to offer in the community. Make sure to take photos of the amenities in the neighborhood and surrounding areas. If a beach is close by photograph it so the buyer knows.

Kitchen:

The focal point of any home is the kitchen, buyers want to see updated appliances, solid surface countertops and family style islands. A buyer would rule out a

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