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Everyone these days is spending lots of time cleaning out closets, organizing and purging as we are staying home. If a possible move is in your future, this is a great time to get those items on your list checked off and tackle some of the suggestions below.  Investing time in these projects will make your house shine when it goes on the market.

What You Can Do to Get Your House Ready to Sell | MyKCM
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Some Highlights:

  • Believe it or not, there are lots of things you can do to prep your house for a sale without even going to the store.
  • Your real estate plans don’t have to be completely on hold even while we’ve hit the pause button on other parts of daily life.
  • Tackling small projects from cleaning the corners you may normally skip to tidying up your yard
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Yes, Yes and Absolutely Yes!!

It seems like most sellers like to wait until spring to put their houses on the market. My advice is get your house on the market ASAP.

 

 

 

Here are the reason you should sell now:

  • Historically low inventory levels (less than one month of inventory in King County)

  • There is a large pool of ready, willing and approved buyers flooding the market

 

What does it mean for you:

  • Recently listed houses are getting upwards of 6 offers and going for 10's of $1,000's (sometimes more than $100,000) over asking price
  • Less competition will get more buyers through your house

 

 

 

If you are looking to sell your house, let me show you my full service 1% (+buyer

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This graph shows the medium sales price in 98074 in the dark color and 98075 in the green color. The median price increased in 2017 by 11.1% (98074)and 11.7% (98075) showing a strong increase in prices. The median home price in 98075 is $1.050.000 and in 98074 is $900.000 for all residential sales.

 

This graph shows the amount of inventory in months which decreased in 98074 (1.3 to 1.1 ) and stayed the same in 98075 (1.3). This statistic shows that we are still in a sellers market. If no more inventory came on the market, there would be less than a month and half of inventory. A balanced market is when there is 4-6 months of inventory, which is not something we will be seeing anytime soon.

 

What does this all mean for you?

It is even more

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