If you're thinking of selling your Madison area property right now, you're probably wondering how you can sell your home in a manner that respects safety and social distancing, for both you and the general public. Here are 3 options for you to consider as you plan for your sale.
1) Move onto your next setting before putting your home on the market.
Many sellers these days are choosing to move into their new home before putting their existing home on the market. If this is an option for you, please reach out to us, and we'll discuss the staging and marketing strategies that will help you sell quickly and for top dollar.
2) Sell your home by allowing virtual showings only.
If you don't already have your next home identified, you can practice social distancing by allowing virtual showings only. Many of our sellers this year are surprised to learn how well this approach works. They're selling their home quickly and receiving multiple offers from solid buyers. Most important, they're limiting their exposure to the general public, which is giving them peace of mind during these stressful times.
3) Allow in-person showings, but with social distancing and safety guidelines in place.
If you decide not to use virtual showings for your home sale, you can allow in-person showings but with guidelines that limit showings to pre-approved buyers only, and to buyers who abide by your prescribed safety precautions. We can help you customize your social distancing and safety requirements, so you feel reassured your home will stay healthy and safe.
Are you planning to sell your Madison area home in 2020?
In these uncertain times it's reassuring to know you have options for selling your home in a responsible and professional manner. Contact your preferred Mad City Dream Homes real estate agent for a planning session. We'll help you overcome all of your challenges and accomplish all of your real estate goals in this year's COVID-19 market.
This article is published courtesy of: Dan Miller, REALTOR Mad City Dream Homes & RE/MAX Preferred