Bob Adelfson - Divorce Book

to a lake and fountain. This unique feature helped him sell his townhouse quickly and for a great price. • A private location. Homes that sit far back on the lot, next to an empty lot, or partially concealed by trees appeal to buyers who want to unwind away from the sight and sound of neighbors and street noise. • A big, shady backyard. If you have a larger backyard than your neighbors do, use that to your advantage. People like to have extra room for kids, pets, and entertaining with lots of trees for shade. • A fenced in backyard. People with kids and pets flock to homes with fenced in backyards. • Additional unique attributes. You can also market a finished basement, large attic, an extra-large garage, swimming pool, hot tub, or anything else that makes your home stand out.


Follow the 80/20 rule and you will stop wasting time showing your home to people who are not interested. Instead, you will be showing your home to buyers who are motivated to make a purchase. You won’t have to show so often and you won’t have to sift through lowball offers from casual shoppers. Take the time to uncover your home’s most attractive and unique features and make sure they shine. Compare your house with others in the neighborhood to see what makes yours stand out. If it’s a backyard pool, make sure it sparkles. If it’s a veranda- style porch, clean off the grime and make sure it overlooks a well- manicured back yard. If you have a garden, work it every day to make sure it is the most beautiful on the block. Every house has 26

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