BeavertonOregon RealEstate: Whatcha hiding? by Todd Clark
When it comes to real estate in Beaverton, Oregon, just like any other place, you find the strangest things in homes. You wonder what backwards town these people came from and how their agent could allow this to
Today, while showing homes, I walked into what I thought was going to be a nice fou rbedroom, two car garage, home in a very nice area of Beaverton. From the outside, it looked great. But, what I walked in to was still nice, but it was a zero bedroom and no garage.
Let me explain:
You see, once youwalked into this very well maintained home, we ran into the same thing at everydoor we came to, they were locked. We couldn’t see any of the bedrooms or the garage. All we got to see when we went in was the kitchen, the living room,and the two and half bathrooms. Granted they looked nice, but my clients wanted to know more about the bedroom and the closet space.
Not today... I called the listing agent and he told me,“Sorry, they run a business out of their home and the keep inventory in some of the bedrooms and computer equipment in others.” I had to ask how were we expected to know if this home was what we were looking for if we were unable to see the actual meat of the home? He really didn’t have an answer, and so without any further questions, my buyers and I moved on to the next property.
Sellers, when selling your home in Beaverton, or any other city, you need to make your home is accessible if you want to sell it. I understand this seller’s situation, but that is the time to rent a storage unit for the inventory and a security camera for the computer equipment.
For more advice on selling your Beaverton, Oregon, home for the most money,in the shortest amount of time, call me and we can sit down and I can give you some advice on your home and what you can do to help in the sale of it.
Todd Clark (Principal Broker)