Mistakes you should avoid when selling your property on the Costa del Sol.

Selling your home in Spain might sound like an easy task to undertake. After all, the market is picking up and the future seems a lot brighter than a few years ago. Property prices are starting to go up again and a new influx of property investors is starting to create a feeling of optimism and confidence. There are, however, some considerations to bear in mind before you decide to sell your home as this will help you avoid making some of the most common mistakes many sellers make when putting the homes up for sale.

5. Withholding information

Being honest is always the safest bet. Even if there a defect in the property or the paperwork is not as it should be, it is important to reveal this information to prospective buyers, especially if they show a real interest in the property. If you are straightforward from the beginning, chances are the buyers will respect you and might decide to buy the property anyway. Problems can be solved only when people know there is a problem.   Another important thing to remember is that selling a home is a process that requires time and patience. Sure enough, houses sell every day, but this does not mean yours will sell next week. But if you avoid making some of the mistakes mentioned above, you will be able to prevent some serious potential problems along the way. If you are thinking of selling your house, contact Nor Estates. We will be delighted to help you.



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