Saturday, 8 September 2012

How to sell property in Patna



If you’re thinking of selling your Patna home/land/apartment/flat/office or any other property, there are a few tips and tricks you can use in order to make sure your home is sold fast and at a fair price. Whether you decide to work with a real estate agent in Patna or you’re going to go about selling on your own, check out these helpful tips- And if you’ve got more questions, feel free to reach out to us (info@buysellrentpatna.in).
Boost Your Property’s Presence OnlineThe majority of real estate buyers begin their search online (some statistics are as high as 92% around the world, it is lower for Patna). That means if you hope to get your property sold, you need to improve your properties online presence. You can do this in a variety of ways- Post pics and details of your home on Facebook and other social networks, create a short and easy video of your home or reach out to Patna real estate forums and/or blogs. We too can post your property on our site and market it.

Leave a Few Things Behind: We are not saying leaving some garbage around- But feel free to leave behind your washer and dryer if it will sweeten the deal. It’s a common practice to create incentives for buyers. If you’ve got a prospective buyer on the line, adding an appliance may be what seals the deal.

De-PersonalizeYour Home: Remember, buyers want to be able to imagine themselves in your home. Try removing all of your family portraits and personal nik-naks in order to give potential buyers a chance to envision themselves living in your house.

KnowYour Competition: Before officially putting your home on the market, make sure you take the time to research the homes in your neighborhood. This can give you an idea of what is the right price to set for your property, as well as learn a few ways that others are marketing their homes. Attend a few open houses nearby, as well as check real estate websites online.

At last remember anyone and everyone talk property in Patna. From your maid, milkman, washer man (dhobi) to the kiranawala and panwala near you house.  Your valuations need to depend on your realistic estimate and not by the grapevine. Any value you will sell at, there will be people telling you that they would have got a better price for you. Parting away from a loved one is painful and therefore it holds true with the sell of property too. Post sale dissonance is justified, it happens with most of the sellers. And if you think, external advice is required just contact us