House owners commonly believe that they know accurately how their house looks. It can be unanticipated when opinions of buyers about the house are heard. Buyers have different tastes and their observations are very significant to help sellers know what their strengths and weaknesses are. Additionally, it is prudent to get buyers opinion at the end of the showing. Some buyer’s opinions of a house are;
#1. What are the best features?
Although you might be inclined to think you know all the good qualities of your house, it might surprise you on what things entices buyers that you never gave a thought to. Buyers have different tastes from yours, therefore it is best to ask their opinions in order to build on the strengths of your property.
#2. What are the worst features?
When a buyer doesn’t like specific features of the house, do not be puzzled. If a majority of buyers do not like your choice of paint color, this might be a good reason for you to have it changed.
#3. What do they think about the price?
The price of the house in most cases can be a determinant to how a house will stay in the market. If more than one buyer protests about a high price, you should ponder on reducing the price a bit. Although, buyers will never notify you if the price is too low since it will be to their advantage.
#4. Do they imagine living in the house?
After presenting the house to potential buyers get into detail discussion, if they foresee themselves living in the house. If they have limited doubts as to why they do not want to buy the house, try negotiating till you reach an agreement. On the other hand, if they are not interested at all, also enquire what the problem is and try working on it for future showings.
Factors why they want to buy the house
Getting to know the reasons why buyers want to buy your house is imperative. This way, you get to know the various inimitable qualities that entice buyers to the house. Certain buyers might like a house due to its size. Although others get enticed to the neighborhood and the services around the vicinity.
J C Loum