By Julia Mitchell Career & Finance Writer
Selling a home has always required a lot of hard work and a touch of creativity. Sellers may still be intimidated by the pandemic as they put their homes on the market. However, there are plenty of options at your disposal to make selling possible, even while adhering to social distancing guidelines. American Notary USA looks at a few of the ways you can sell your home if you’re still being cautious during the pandemic.
Make the Most of Technology
Fortunately, there are many ways you can use the digital world to allow buyers to view your property without leaving their own homes.
The Rise of Virtual Tours for Real Estate
Closing the Gap Between Finding a Home and the First Viewing
Facebook Live for Real Estate: The Ultimate Guide
Nail Your Staging
Showing your home digitally still means making sure it looks it is absolute best. Here’s how to prepare for virtual tours and open houses.
15 Home Staging Tips: Designed to Sell
Benefits of Hiring a Cleaning Service Before Listing Your Home
3 Ways to Depersonalize Your Home for Potential Buyers
Stay Safe for In-Person Tours
Serious buyers may want to tour the home in person before they make an official offer. Here’s how to make sure it’s done safely.
The Evolution Of Showing Homes During COVID-19
Disposable Shoe Covers for Open Houses: Polite or Pretentious?
Online Notary Services Make It Easy to E-Close On Your Home
If you’re still being abundantly cautious during the pandemic, selling a home might feel impossible, but it’s really not. Although buyers and sellers alike will have to adjust to a new process, you can make the most of the situation by diving in headfirst. Speak with your agent to find ways to attract buyers from a safe distance.
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