Is It Worth Making Repairs To Your Bend Oregon Home Before Selling?

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Should you make repairs to your Bend Oregon Home before selling it?

The answer to this question is yes!

You should always make repairs to your home if you plan on selling because, you don’t want to give any home buyers the opportunities to submit lower offers to you because, they will have spotted all of the things that are wrong with your home, or in need of repair, but it’s especially important to make repairs to your home before listing it for these reasons:

Quick Return on Investment (ROI)

Let’s say that you spend between $5,000 and $10,000 on making repairs to your Bend Oregon Home before listing it, you can get this money back quickly because, you won’t be giving buyers any reasons to submit low ball offers on your home, and it also may attract the attention of multiple bidders who are interested in purchasing it, which could mean that you will be able to sell your home for more than your asking price.

Your Home Will Be Sellable

These days many Bend Oregon Homes are not ready to be sold when they are listed for sale, meaning that they have repairs that the owner didn’t make, or they were not staged for sale.

By taking the steps to make repairs to your home yourself you will be doing your part to sell your home by supplying your Realtor with a good “product” for them to sell instead of a home that has a lot of problems and will be difficult for them to find the right buyer who will be interested in investing the time and money into your home to make it their own.

For more information on how to get your Bend Oregon Home ready for sale, or to view the latest homes that were recently listed on the Real Estate market, contact us today by calling: (541) 383-1426.

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