How to Sell Your Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing some serious changes to life as we know it, and the real estate industry is no exception. Selling and buying a home typically involves close contact with strangers and their homes—which is highly discouraged during this time of social distancing. Although this changes strategies, there are steps you can take to attract potential buyers while keeping everyone safe and healthy.

Check out the following resources for tips on selling your home during a global pandemic.

Setting Your Listing Price Learn how to price your home for sale. Explore the impact of the virus on market values. Be aware of common pricing myths.

Preparing Your Home for Listing Photos

Curb appeal makes a critical first impression. Proper staging is a must. Clean your home thoroughly for photos and tours. If you hire a maid, expect the average cost to be $167.

Boosting Your Online Presence

Know how to write an effective real estate listing. Take high quality photos for your listing. Put 3D tours to work for you. Social Media is also a powerful selling tool.

Cleaning and Sanitizing for Showings

Effectively disinfect your home before and after tours. Have an arsenal of high-quality cleaning products handy. Last minute actions mean a fabulous presentation for showings.

Selling your home during the coronavirus outbreak is far from impossible. Present your home in an appealing manner and use the tools at your disposal. While you may have to adjust your home-selling strategy during this unpredictable time, these changes will go a long way to help you sell quickly and for the price you want.

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Resources for People 65+ Who Need Help

April 2020 Resources to Help Seniors Shelter in Place

One of the most effective ways to combat the Coronavirus pandemic and its effect on seniors is by practicing self-quarantine. By reducing the spread of the virus, healthcare systems are better able to treat those that are affected while they work on a long-term solution. It is important for everyone to do their part by staying at home, but especially critical that seniors reduce their exposure. We have created a list resources that we hope makes self-isolating a little easier for older adults. From food delivery to entertainment to resources for low-income seniors, we hope this list can bring some relief, connection and hope to seniors and their families.