Julia Veksler
Sophistication, Service and Style

(949) 400-3582

DRE Lic. # 01156044


Tips for showing your house to the buyers:

    Showing your home the right way is important to its sale, and there are many ways you can help me to do my job successfully.

    There are some details that will maximize your home's selling potential:

  • Give buyers privacy in your home. Be courteous, but don't force conversation with the potential buyers. The best thing is to leave the house before the buyers will arrive, let buyer’s agent do the tour and emphasize the features of your home. It will give buyers some private time in your house. Let them “try it on”. You don’t want the buyer to think that they kicked you out and to be in a hurry to let you go back to your normal life. Never apologize for the appearance of your home.
  • Price . Let Julia discuss price, terms, possession and other factors with the potential buyers. Refer any prospect that calls or comes by to Julia for pre-screening and pre-qualification as well as for your own safety.
  • Pets . Send pets away or secure them away from the house when prospective buyers are coming. You never know if people will be annoyed or intimidated by your pets or even allergic to them. And you never want a prospective buyer to have to avoid animal droppings.
  • Kids . Arrange for the kids to be out of the house or take them on a walk around the block. Children can be noisy and distracting to someone interested in looking at a home. Even if they like kids, you want them concentrate on your house, not chatting with your kids. It is better for you’re your kids to; they can be upset about strangers coming to see their home.
  • Keep noise down . Silence is a restful sound that offends no one. Turn off the TV and radio. Soft, instrumental music is fine, but avoid vocals. If necessary, close the windows to eliminate any street noise. Try to avoid showing while gardeners or cleaning service is working on the house.
  • Temperature. Make sure the temperature in your home is comfortable —keep it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. If it’s cold outside, and you have a fireplace, a nice fire will make your home seem cozy and inviting.

Remember, Julia has the experience and training necessary to bring negotiations to a successful conclusion. And, if you've followed the guidelines provided, you'll know you've already done your part in helping your home sell by making sure it creates a good first impression.


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