Here’s are 5 things about your neighborhood to highlight:
Every neighborhood has a staple restaurant, but it’s not always obvious to outsiders. Let potential buyers in on the secret and give them some recommendations for the best nearby restaurants. Focus on local establishments with a neighborhood vibe.
Best Nearby Parks
Where do you head for your morning run? What park do your kids love the most? Is there a park within walking distance? All of these details are worth sharing with potential buyers. Detail which parks have playgrounds, trails and picnic areas.
Closest Grocery Stores
We all have busy schedules and are looking for convenience. Provide buyers with a list a the nearest grocery stores, and include about how long it takes to get to each one. Buyers are often looking for variety so remember to include all natural stores, not just the big name chains.
Schools are almost always a factor in the decision to buy a home. Even young couples buying their first home often include schools in their decision. If you’ve sent kids to the nearby schools, let buyers know what you liked about them. If you don’t have direct experience, provide buyers a list of schools and their rankings.
What You Love Most
Some parts of a neighborhood can’t be shared with buyers by providing a list of restaurants, grocery stores or parks. What you love most about your neighborhood may be beyond the facts. A brief paragraph or two about what you love most about the area may help provide buyers with a full picture of what life is like in the area.
A little write up like this can make a huge impact to a potential buyer. It shows you care about the person or family who purchases your home. Talk to your agent today for more tips on how to highlight your neighborhood.