Selling your own home can save you tens of thousands of dollars in real estate commissions.
What do you should consider for this process?
Are you going to make improvements before selling?
There are real estate commissions honest around 2%. I think that this could be well accetable if the selling go in port.
I would make improvements like painting each room, taking care of general state. I would try selling also the whole forniture including in final price
I think the House should have the presentation prior to the sale.I need to place ads with photos at home on special websites.
Clean out your home. As soon as you decide to sell your house, thoroughly clean it from top to bottom. Don't forget rarely-cleaned areas such as baseboards, blinds, roof gutters and window wells. If you don't have time to undertake a deep clean, hire a maid or a cleaning company. A clean home will help an appraiser see your house in a better light and value it more highly, as well as appealing to buyers.
Have your property evaluated. As much as you'd like to set the price of your home as high as possible, you have to be realistic. Many for-sale-by-owner listings fail to sell because owners persist in thinking their home is worth more than the market will offer, or because they have already settled on a set amount of money that they want and refuse to budge. Having a professional, third-party assessment of your home's worth will help you get comfortable with a price range, in addition to providing you with a solid reference point if a buyer or realtor accuses you of setting the price too high.