Make this choice early and you'll maximize your price. Make it after you are on the market, it will cost you dearly and there is no 2nd chance. Don't wait to figure this out. Make the FIRST and most important decision you will make as a seller. It determines the direction you take and the outcome you can expect.
Even if your home is not professionally staged it has to be set up to look its best and have its best foot forward. The only time this is not necessary is when the home is a knockdown. If you are professionally staging try to focus on the areas of the property that have the most impact. This is the final step before photography.
Schedule your professional photos to take pictures that contribute to interest, intrigue, and value. Work with your agent to develop a list of the features and benefits that the property offers. Help your agent gather necessary documents like surveys, rules and regulations, ages of appliances, monthly costs, and contacts at security, the association and the management company.
Noone can predict the future and the market is constantly changing, so the next best thing to do is to closely monitor the present and make appropriate adjustments.
Do not wait too long to react and make changes based on actual results or you will pay for it in the offers you will get or the price reductions you will be faced with making.
If you have diligently followed this process so far then the only reason you are not getting enough calls is because buyers are finding better value elsewhere and you have 4 choices: