Think about all the extra work that comes with selling your own home. There will inevitably be a lot of telephone calls and hours spent showing the home to buyers, as well interaction with people who are not serious about purchasing. Consider hiring a professional real estate representative to field all of these inconveniences for you. Use both negative and positive feedback from your open house when trying to sell your home. Buyers who come to see your house, they could either write it down on paper for you or try directly asking them. Apply the constructive criticism to change things that may help your house sell quickly. Negotiations may be necessary in order to get your home to sell. You’ll sell your home faster if you’re willing to be flexible about price. Be open to fair offers, even if they are lower than what you hoped to get. If you’re not quickly trying to sell your house, hold off for an offer you are comfortable with. Not only the house itself is important: the grounds should be well-groomed and orderly so buyers have a positive attitude from their first glimpse. Seeing a yard that needs to be mowed or is cluttered up with junk will make the buyers turn around and leave. Try to see if you can get you house involved in a bidding war. Setting list prices that are competitive on the area in which your house is located, could bring you a lot of interested buyers. If you can get buyers to engage in a bidding war, you’ll probably sell your home for a much higher price.