Selling a Home in 2020

Concerned with selling a home in 2020?  Selling a home moving forward will present new challenges in the face of the current pandemic.  One possible result of COVID-19 will likely be reducing the number of people going through our homes.  The good news is we are now in the digital age, and I have a full arsenal to assist you as we moved forward in 2020.  This will accommodate the environment we are in and go a long way in helping you sell your home now and in the future.

Selling a Home in 2020

Open Houses

What about open houses?  Traditionally used as a strategy in helping to market your home, they may not be as valuable as many would lead you to believe.  Typically you’ll have more nosey neighbors and uninterested people than actual prospective buyers.  Don’t get me wrong. I have had success in getting listings sold through open houses.  As a result, it allowed me to be there and answer questions about the home that might have not otherwise happened with a showing agent who knew nothing about the property.  However, as things change, this might need to be re-examined as an excellent viable strategy for selling your home.


You might be asking yourself, “Wouldn’t fewer showings be a bad thing?”.  NOT if we take advantage of great marketing and utilize the available advanced technology.  This allows potential buyers to virtually “walk through” your home from the convenience of their laptop or smartphone device.  A realtor with a strong online presence coupled with digital marketing skills will be the key moving forward.  I provided some links below for you to examine further.

Strong Online Presence – Digital Marketing

They say 92% of all home searches are initiated online, and good digital marketing is very critical to that.  In most cases today, buyers initiate looking for a home online.  With that said, it will be very critical you align yourself with a Realtor who understands this.  The good news if I have a complete set of tools to help you navigate this as we move forward.  Consider using Fuller Home Options and mark Fuller as a resource to use!

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