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    What Most Sellers Forget to Tell Buyers in San Diego

    San Diego Homes for SaleSan Diego, CA is a residential real estate hotspot for both buyers and sellers. Your real estate agent will do the majority of your property’s marketing, but there are small steps you can take in order to emphasize the important details of your home when it comes time to sell. Many prospective home buyers are looking for certain amenities, are interested in a particular location, or  are concerned about energy efficiency. When preparing your home for sale, keep in mind that each potential buyer has his or her own list of demands. Mentioning as many different positive features as you can will result in a higher number of inquiries. 


    Location And Proximity

    Most everyone who considers buying a home will want to be located in an area that is close to where they work. They will also want to be near a major shopping center, freeways and entertainment venues. If the buyer lives in another region and is relocating to San Diego, they will be unfamiliar with the metro area. Making sure that commute times are provided is a great step towards helping the buyer imagine themselves at home in your property.

    Garage Space And Storage

    One of the reasons couples or families consider buying a home centers around the need for extra space. Their apartment is cluttered with personal belongings, there isn’t any covered parking and there is minimal space for storage. One of the easiest ways to add value to your home if it is not already in place is organizing your storage space. When buyers walk through homes and see several closets or a garage organized down to the last decorative basket, they will be able to imagine their own belongings fitting perfectly as well. Simply having the storage space is not enough, you need to keep it organized and preferably half full so that the spaces look larger.

    Environmental Elements

    The concern about energy bills and the possibility of tax breaks is why many people are paying special attention to the building materials used in residential and commercial construction. If your home includes Energy Star® windows or has an allergy-free HVAC system, this information needs to be included in the property description. Likewise, if the home is equipped with energy-saving features, such as a tankless water heater, this should also be a main party of your home’s description. Your agent will make sure to tend to these details, but you can also have at the ready your utilities before and after the installation of these items in order to prove the savings. If you are updating your home pre-sale make sure to consider environmentally friendly options. They not only are buyer favorites, but these updates are becoming normal and necessary in many areas.

    Special Amenities For Seniors

    One way to attract a greater number of prospective buyers is to mention any special modifications to the property that are senior-friendly. This is especially true when it comes to master bedrooms on the main floor, walk-in showers and open plan living spaces. Even if the buyers are not retired or well into their senior years, it is possible that they are looking for a property that will suit them for the rest of their lives.

    If you have any questions about selling your home in or around San Diego please don’t hesitate to contact us. For more information about the selling process itself, please take a look at our Definitive Guide to Selling Your Home.

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