7 ways to sell a not-so-perfect house
A tip that's particularly on point for a less-than-perfect home is to be honest in your marketing, disclosures and photographs, Fleysher says.
Otherwise, buyers who want a home in prime condition will be disappointed and buyers who are open to repairs might not stop by at all.
"Give the pluses and defects," Fleysher says, "because the home inspector will find those issues and that will lead to re-negotiation, or the home will come back on the market and the next buyer might not look at it because it fell out of escrow."
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