Sellers Beware! Five White Lies That Could Hurt Your Chances of Selling Your Home
We’ve all come to accept—and perhaps even expect—some of the “enhanced language” that sellers often use in real estate listings.
You know the ones we’re talking about: “Cozy” can be code for small, “charming” likely means old, “efficient” often stands in for small, and “unique” might suggest it’s hard to sell.
Yes, some sellers use language to smooth over a home’s rough spots. But when homeowners veer into actual untruths, it’s a problem.
It’s one thing to hide clutter and spruce up the living room furniture to prepare the home to sell, but it’s another thing entirely when sellers outright fib to potential buyers. Read on to get the lowdown on how white lies can torpedo a sale.
Fudging the truth or telling a lie?