What Home Buyers Should Look for in a Hot Property and why a home may be underpriced…

When struggling to sell a property, here’s a list of things that potential buyers look for in a property, and why a hot property may be underpriced;

1. DirtWhat Home Buyers Should Look for in a Hot Property

Properties with dirty surroundings are usually underpriced and turn down by potential buyers. Home stuff should be sorted, recycle or trash unwanted things, pack all useful things in boxes, and store neatly in the storage area.

People have varied ideas when it comes to buying a  hot property, which goes beyond decor. Some secretly glance beyond the clutter, colors, cupboards, and carpets that are not of their liking. Clean and organize drawers, cupboards, or closets that buyers will be sure to inspect. Thoroughly tidy your home, all tight spaces, lock areas, and expel all offensive odors.

2. Odors

Odors are a big deal especially toilet and kitchen odors. Potential buyers commonly know to buy with their nose, walking in the home and perceiving cigarette smoke, pet odors, or other unpleasant scents will turn buyers off or make your home underpriced, be sure for your home to smell pleasant. To get rid of odors, suggest rinsing the carpets, remove all ashtrays. A fresh coat of paint will easily get rid of the odor.

3. Misrepresenting the property

Misrepresenting your hot property online in the listing services is a sure way of turning away buyers and their agents.

When it comes to creating a listing for a new home, the purpose is to attract potential buyers so the property gets more dealings. While giving the best impression, be cautious about misrepresenting the home. Only available features and completed renovations should be listed. You shouldn’t mention or bring attraction to negative or unappealing details in the listing. However, focus on taking photos of the rooms that have been revamped, tidy, orchestrated, or faucets that have been newly replaced.

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4. Poor curb appeal

The first impression you give can turn away potential buyers or buyers underpricing the property. Giving a negative impression that lasts with the buyer will decrease the chances of potential buyers.

This is an easy and yet important aspect not to overlook. If the exterior of your property isn’t up to date, it may turn people off before stepping foot in your home. Creating a promising first impression is a crucial step in reaching a buyer. Make sure to trim all bushes, flowers and mowed the front lawn. Clean all gutters and fascia, upgrade all old appliances to full functioning.

5. Dated Installations

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Beautiful David Weekly Home Builders Golf Course Home For Sale at Victory in Verrado in Buckeye Arizona

Updated installations are part of things a potential buyer should look for in a home. If the property looks dated, it’s likely to turn away buyers or buyers underpricing the home. Make sure things like wood-paneled walls or polystyrene ceiling tiles are revamped. Dated electrical wiring or home appliances like the boiler, will put off a potential buyer. That’s because buyers see such things as fundamental and expensive updates on their part.

PMD Realty Group has been providing professional home buyer and seller real estate representation since 2013. Our company values are service, honesty, integrity and work ethic. We always strive to exceed our client’s expectations. give us a call at 602.399.9233 if we can be of service in GoodyearLitchfield ParkBuckeyeAvondale, Sun CitySurprise, Peoria and Glendale in the Phoenix West Valley.

We list and sell homes, property and real estate throughout the Phoenix Valley including: Phoenix, Scottsdale, Palm Valley, Pebble Creek, Wigwam, Verrado, Estrella Mountain Ranch, Tempe, Mesa, Cave Creek, Carefree, Chandler, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Maricopa, Gilbert & Maricopa County.


Goodyear Pebble Creek home for sale Front of home Sunset photo
Goodyear Pebble Creek home for sale Front of home Sunset photo

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