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Dated: January 2 2019

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I’m Ready to Sell My House, How Do I Start?

The process of selling a home can be broken down into in to these simple terms.

Here is a check list for the home seller.

  • Clean and de-clutter

  • Make rooms look larger and brighter by eliminating over-sized furniture.

  • Remove anything that doesn’t fit a room’s purpose like exercise equipment in the office.

  • When cleaning, don’t forget to do the window treatments, rugs and carpets and wash the windows.

  • Improve curb appeal.

  • Give the landscaping a good cleaning and pruning.  Paint the front door.

  • Consider staging the home instead of showing vacant.

  • Make necessary repairs.  Have the home professionally inspected before putting it on the market to avoid problems in escrow.

  • Hire an agent familiar with your area and that has knowledge and experience.

Jack Lees is a real estate broker, lender and contractor with TLC Realty and Home Loans and has been a Valley resident since 1963.  Jack’s knowledge of home sales and his calm demeanor makes him a sought after professional and easy to work with. 

For a free market evaluation including a report of how to prepare your home to sell and what its value is, call Jack Lees at 818 262-0924 or visit his website at www.realestatejack.com. 

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