Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Safety and Privacy

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Selling Highlands NC Real Estate, Safety and Privacy


selling Highlands NC real estate

Meadows Mountain Realty, your key to Highlands NC real estate

Safety and privacy are important when it comes to selling Highlands NC real estate. While vacation homes may have fewer personal items, every home is personal to its owners. Potential buyers will open doors and drawers when viewing a home for sale, especially serious buyers. As a result, it is important to pack away any items you do not want someone to see. Your Highlands NC REALTOR will help formulate a plan on how to best keep your home safe and secure while it is on the market.

Important papers

While technology has eliminated the need for as many paper documents lying around, there may be important papers in your home. Everything from bank statements to tax filings and everything in between. Personal papers, financial documents, and legal matters should be tucked away. When preparing a Highlands NC home for sale it is important to declutter but it is also important to put private, important papers where no one will have access.

Remove temptation

Let’s face it, most potential buyers are not looking at a home to steal. But, you never know. Expensive items like jewelry, silver, and heirloom knick-knacks should be put away. Buyers should arrive at your home with a REALTOR. It is imperative that your REALTOR is on top of showings, knowing who is coming and going, and ensuring that the buyer’s REALTOR is with the buyer.

Learn more about safely selling Highlands NC real estate

Contact our team at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Meadows Mountain Realty today to learn more about selling homes in Highlands NC. We welcome the opportunity to update you on the market while sharing a complimentary listing presentation at the same time. Attention to detail with an eye on safety is our goal. Let our knowledge and experience serve as your guide to selling Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “Tell Sellers: Hide Your Paperwork” from REALTOR Magazine.

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