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We want to teach you what you are not being told before selling your farmhouse.


Are you about to sell your farmhouse? If so, we may have caught you at just the right time. There are many things you need to know about selling your home that you may not have been told.

This is not a time for costly surprises. You do not want to lose money or have your farmhouse sitting on the market for weeks, months, or even years. This happens all too often. Something no one seems to tell you is that it could linger on the market for quite a while.

Your farmhouse could sell much quicker if you follow these “little-known” tips.

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I really have no idea of where you get your information from, but mostly it is just simply wrong.
Marketing recent graduates may think your suggestions are golden information because it fits what they have been indoctrinated with at school, but for most others, it's rubbish.

While the clutter comment is simply common sense when photographing a potential farmhouse for sale, most of the others are rubbish.
Professional photographers for a sales listing? The very last thing potential home buyers want to see are sterile or staged photographs of a home listing. They want to see how the spaces were utilized. Then they can form their own opinions whether to follow that, or not.
Curb appeal is still highly important. How the home appears alongside the neighbors is critical.
Today's journalism always has to include, "many studies have shown........", which actually means the writers have no clue what they are speaking of. It is always a giveaway when those studies are never cited so one can check the reference. Horrible journalism.
Your realtor, if they are professional, will call and set up appointments at your convenience, not those of a potential buyer. Out of the blue appointments (drop ins) only create hostility.
Never, ever allow potential buyers unsupervised wanderings throughout your home and property. Always have an adult family member accompany them.
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