Every buyer has their own views on how a property should and shouldn’t be presented for sale. Knowing and avoiding the common ones when you decide to sell should be a huge advantage.
Just as your agent can make your sale, they might also break it if buyers are finding them hard to reach, or difficult to deal with.
Your agent is working for you, so make sure they’re treating buyers with respect and professionalism. Most agents are great at this and you should be able to ferret out their personality when you meet, greet and decide to appoint them.
Avoid these traps and you won’t sabotage your sale before you even start. It always helps to put yourself in the shoes of the buyer.
Would you buy a home with insufficient information listed, or one that looked messy, chaotic or smelt funky when you went for an inspection?
(Information courtesy of Vanessa Paech, realestate.com.au)