Are you thinking about selling your home this spring? If so, one factor that may be holding you back is time. You might be worried that you won’t find the time in your busy schedule to sell your property successfully.
If so, here are four strategies that will help:
- Understand what needs to be done
Do you know what you’ll need to do to sell your home? Do you understand the steps involved? Do you have a clear idea of how long it will take to complete various tasks, like getting repairs done and doing some “staging”?
The more accurately you can anticipate your tasks and how long it will take to complete them, the better you’ll be able to plan and schedule.
- Keep a “moving” calendar
It’s a known time management fact that using a calendar and blocking out time for tasks will ultimately save you time. So, use your calendar, or create a new one just for moving-related items. With an up-to-date calendar in place, you’ll always have a view of what needs to be done and how those tasks fit into your weekly schedule.
Maintaining a moving calendar also reduces stress.
- Ask for advice
How should you stage your main floor? Should you make any home improvements? How should you prepare for a buyer coming to view your property?
You don’t need to guess or Google. Get professional advice. Doing so will expose you to the most current best practices and will save you time.
- Hire help
You don’t need to do everything on your own. Instead, consider hiring professionals to do at least some of the work for you. For example, hire a painter, a lawn mowing service or a dog walker.
Hiring professionals during the selling period can save you countless hours. And, those costs may be offset by the sale of your home.