How To Sell Your Property Fast In Nigeria
Marketing your property over the internet is now settled as the easiest and the best way to sell your property fast in Nigeria.
Not only does promoting your property online ensure that you can find a buyer in the most distant of places, it is also highly cost-effective, bringing you the most benefit for the least amount spent.
So, whether it is a plot of undeveloped land, your grandfather’s house in the village, or a freshly-built housing development in the city that you want to put on the market, read on as I show you, step by step, ways to sell your property fast in Nigeria.
1. Gather all your property papers
Papers are the most important documents in a legit property transaction, so you will need them to convince your potential buyers that your property really does exist.
Gather all the papers relating to the property and make digital copies of them if they do not already exist in digital formats. You will need to upload them on the platform you choose to market your property on, and as proof of existence of your property when it’s finally time for the property to exchange hands.
2. Take the most flattering photos of your property
The first contact those searching for property to buy online will have with your property is the photos you upload. For this, you will need to take and upload the best photos of your property to give potential buyers something good to look at.
Property photos serve two purpose, and you should strive to see that the photos you take serve both purposes. First, they should entice potential buyers. And second, they should educate potential buuyers.
Property photos should have that come-hither appearance that should draw a potential buyer into taking a closer look, and at the same time, they should be able to present to the buyer what the property looks like. These photos play a significant role in determining whether those who stopped to look at at your property, eventually buys it.
Those who like your property photos online should be able to like your property in real life if you want to sell your property fast in Nigeria.
3. Write the best property description
A property description is your means of telling potential buyers everything they should know about the property that they simply cannot learn by looking at the property photos.
A property description should describe what the property looks like: its area, its components, its age, its condition. A good property description should also say something about the neighbourhood where the property is located, and can even suggest for potential buyers what use the property is best for.
4. Create the best listing for your property
There are many online real estate platforms available to property owners to promote their properties. Tukool is one of them. It is mostly free to use these platforms, but most of them do charge some amounts for some premium services.
Use all the photos, the comprehensive property description, and the digital copies of your property papers that you have gathered and create a listing that not only would entice any potential buyers that comes across it but would also enable potential buyers decide if it’s really for them
Property owners can also market their property on social media and other platforms. This has the advantage of ensuring that the buyers they will eventually land come from within their own circle of friends or family.
5. Sit back and wait for the best deal
How fast you start receiving calls from potential buyers depends on the location of your property, the price of your property, or the general desirability of your property’s numerous other features at that point in time.
It might start coming the day you post your property online, or the next day, or a month after. Whenever it comes, you should be able to pick it, and make sure you don’t compromise on getting the best deal.