While selling your house, are you insisting on being present during showings? If you feel that being the one to open the door to greet buyers is helping, you are absolutely wrong. In fact it is having the opposite effect. From the moment they enter your house you immediately have made them feel like they are intruding in your space. Even if you disappear afterwards the damage has been done. The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Northville and Novi neighborhoods and we have seen those that refuse to put a lock box on their home and allow realtors to handle their clients they are inhibiting them from doing their job as opposed to helping. Sellers who say they want to “be available to answer any questions” are actually saying they don’t trust the agents to actually sell the house or to watch over their clients. Most realtors gauge how much they can push and when it is best to step back and allow the house to speak to the buyers. Remember it is in the realtor’s best interest to sell the house. Check out below to see what sold in Woods of Edenderry in February 2016:
17647 Stonebrook Drive, Northville: 4 bedrooms, 4.2 bathrooms, 4,200 sq. feet, 3 car garage, Sold Price: $775,000
This could give them the impression that you are a difficult seller, when that isn’t the case at all. Whatever misinterpretation is occurring it certainly won’t help anyone, not the buyer, not the realtor, and certainly not you. For more information on Woods of Edenderry or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Stonewater, Maybury Park Estates and The Oaks, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or firstname.lastname@example.org.