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Preparing to Sell Your Coronado Home

Coronado Community, News | 28th Apr 2013

Your Coronado Home for saleLeaping into the sale of your Coronado home may work for some, but most home sellers would rather take it slow. Questions on pricing, staging, the current market, and all the steps involved in your home sale are bound to be a bit worrisome.

However, as experts in Coronado real estate, we can walk you through the entire process and assist you in a relatively stress-free sale of your home, while understanding your timeline. And though you may be anxious to sell while Coronado home prices are higher, taking the time to walk through the process can result in the best sale.

With recent increases in home pricing, it is more important than ever to make sure your home pricing is on par with your local real estate market. No matter the condition of your Coronado home, whether being sold in prime shape or as-is, with record low inventories, you may find your home attracts more interest than you had planned.

If you are seeking top dollar on your home, you need to make sure it is properly staged. Touch up paint, tend the landscape, clean up everything, and shift furniture as directed by your real estate agent to have the best success. The sooner your Coronado home is ready to show, the more interest you will have since fewer properties are available for sale now.

Over the last month mortgage interest rates have dropped, as well, allowing home buyers to qualify for better rates and larger amounts. Click here to see average current rates as reported by Freddie Mac and give us a call to see how we can assist you with your Coronado home sale!

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