Sunday, January 13, 2013
Marketing an Empty House
Marketing an empty house has some benefits and some drawbacks. The house will show better if it is empty unless your furniture is new and its style is popular with the 35 year old young family. If your house looks like a Pottery Barn showroom, with no clutter and no messy areas, then you are likely to yield more profit in its present condition. The drawback to marketing an empty house is that it may have an "abandoned" feel, as one buyer put it. There are some economical and effective ways you can prepare your empty house to maximize its profit. Please call me at 978-807-6202 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for some great ideas. Each situation is a bit different.