Buyers looking for Salt Lake City commercial and land check out new listings first. Your home will be viewed by the largest pool of prospective buyers during the first few weeks after listing. After that, your home will receive far less attention. That’s why it’s critical to hit the ground running by completing these steps before listing.
- Check for liens. If there is a tax lien on your Salt Lake City home, you should have been notified. But mistakes can happen, leaving you unaware. There could be a federal, Utah, county, or even city tax lien. To find out if there is a lien on your home, contact the county clerk’s office in the county where the property is located.
- Get the needed inspections. A clean home, roof, or pest inspection can make your home more attractive to buyers considering other Salt Lake City area properties along with your home.
- Call your Utah mortgage company. Find out exactly how much you need to pay off your existing loan.
- Hire a professional photographer who specializes in real estate. No, you can’t do it with your cell phone. Salt Lake City listings advertised with professional pictures sell for higher prices.
- Price it right. Work with your Salt Lake City listing agent to price it appropriately to sell in the first six weeks while getting the best possible price.
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