One of the best actions you can take to sell your Kenai property is to leave during a showing. Kenai homes are very personal spaces and home shoppers can feel awkward when touring someone else’s personal space – particularly when the homeowner is stalking them in the hallway. Many buyers are very reluctant to look at the property when they feel like they are intruding. They want to look at the property at their leisure. They want to look in cabinets, peak in closets, discuss the property openly and honestly with their family and realtor. They will not do that if the seller is there.
Many homeowners feel that no one can SELL a home better than the person who has lived in it. The problem is that home shoppers hate to be sold, but they are very interested in making an informed decision. This is what agents do best, educate the buyers about the area, homes and address concerns. So please give the buyer and the agent the opportunity to explore the unique attributes of your Kenai home without feeling pressured. Take a drive, take a walk, just please don’t be around to talk.