Here's 3 important lessons I’ve learned about selling homes in Trawsfynydd over the last 23 years.
Show off the best bits
Make sure potential buyers know all about the best things that will make them buy in Trawsfynydd. The tourist attractions around the lake, the walking and cycling, the fishing, the lakeside café and mountain biking nearby at Coed y Brenin, the local views and mountains as well as the amenities in the community. Let me know what things have made your life in Trawsfynydd so pleasant and what made you choose to live there – These may be the same things that attract your buyer and help sell your home. Watch my short video aimed at attracting buyers that I’ve made about Trawsfynydd and see if any of them are in it.
Know your target buyer
Assess their likely age, interests, where they are likely to be living at the moment and why they will love your home. Ensure these main attractions of your home are obvious for them to see in all the marketing material for your home – there’s an example of how to present a property using video in Trawsfynydd just above.
Get the best price
If you want to get the best price don’t let your property go stale – Aim to sell within 6 months and this will still give you time to achieve the best price. It will also help avoid your home going stagnant on the market and it will then be very unlikely you haven’t moved within a year at the most.