Why You Should Move Out Before Listing

YNM Real Estate
17 December 2021

If you’ve ever sold your home then you are likely aware of the turmoil that it can create in your life. From co-ordinating viewings to keeping things organised to best showcase your home, it can be daunting! And the question that faces most home owners selling is - to move out or not? Here are some reasons why you should consider moving out of your home while you are trying to sell it.


By moving out of your home, you are able to provide immediate access to your agent should they have a spur of the moment viewing and potential buyer. It also makes life easier for yourself - you won't need to make a mad scramble to get your home ready to show. And even if you are flexible and can work around inspection time, it can get tiring after a while. By moving out you can save yourself this stress! You can simply hand your keys over to the listing agent and let them handle viewings of your home - meaning you will likely have more potential buyers through your home.

Presentation and styling

By moving out, you have the opportunity to properly style and present your home. This means removing clutter, all personal belongings and pictures as well as making sure that all spaces are showcased to their fullest potential. A small bedroom for instance, could be better showcased as a functional study space to meet the needs of the work from home couple. Styling and organising your home can help increase the sale value of your home. Moving out of your home also gives you the opportunity to work with your estate agent to determine what buyers in the area are looking for and style your home towards this need.

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