Write Legibly on Documents
Buyers want to learn all about the property, and read all of the information that is presented. The clearer the information is presented, the better! Some documents can even be filled out electronically!
A Utility Tracker a record of what your monthly bills were for the following: electricity, gas, water, trash, septic, etc. They also will need to know the name of each one of the companies. Of course, some people leave their AC on 65 degrees all year, and some people keep it at 78 degrees all year. But this way, this gives the buyer a better idea about what the utilities cost.
Manuals After Closing
Remember, some buyers are first time home buyers. Keeping up with the manuals for the appliances, can help ease the transition into homeownership. Some of my clients have needed help from the sellers for the following: pool equipment, fireplace, sprinkler system, etc. Sometimes, there are videos that are online that can help. It’s also helpful to refer the professional who has worked on the item, so the buyer can continue the relationship.
Plant and Tree Information
Many times when I am showing a home, buyers will want to know the type of trees, plants, and flowers that are at the property. Providing that information can be super helpful!
Especially if updates were done to the home while it was on the market, buyers will want to know the following:
- What updates were done to the home?
- When were the updates done?
- Who did the updates?
- Where were the update items purchase?
- Are there any warranties on the updated items?
Was the home repainted? Buyers appreciate knowing the paint color, type, brand, and location where the paint was purchased.
Was the flooring redone, but not throughout the home? Some buyers want the flooring to be consistent in the home. Providing the buyer with the flooring color, type, brand, and location the flooing was purchase can be helpful!