SHOULD YOU MOVE OUT BEFORE SELLING? | Selling Vacant vs Occupied


Wondering if you can sell your home while it's occupied? Or if it's better to sell your house vacant? In this video, we cover if you should move out before selling your home, how selling vacant compares to selling occupied, and where you can find more resources for selling your home in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Here are a few facts on selling vacant:

  • You can remodel a vacant house. Remodeling helps you sell your house faster and sell for a higher price.
  • Present your house in its best light with staging. Staging your home for sale will help you attract more buyers and get more offers on your home.
  • A staged home will sell for 17% higher on average.
  • 95% of staged homes sell in 11 days or less.

However, selling your home occupied may still be your best option, in which case we can walk you through best practices for this. Contact us to learn more about how to sell your house occupied, what your options are for staging and remodeling your house for sale, and how to sell your house for more.

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[0:00] Intro

[0:33] Perspective Buyers Are Your Audience - What This Means

[2:03] If Vacant, You Have More Options

[2:18] Stats On Selling Your Home Vacant

[3:38] Outro

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Wilson Leung leads a team that has consistently sold $150 million in sales volume annually. If you are looking to grow your real estate team or looking to start one, Wilson is your go-to guy to ask questions. Wilson has personally trained several Rookies of the Year and 30 under 30 awardees.

Wilson Leung Real Estate Associates' mission is to help families build wealth through real estate in the Bay Area counties (San Francisco County, San Mateo County, Santa Clara County, Contra Costa County and Alameda County). We do this by providing unrivaled expertise, dedication to educating our clients, and an unparalleled level of customer service that surpasses our clients’ expectations. Because of our approach, we've been consistently the best real estate agent & brokerage in the San Mateo County area and are starting to expand our reach.

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