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There are plenty of mistakes that today’s homeowners need to avoid when placing their Orlando vacation homes for sale on the market. If you want to sell your vacation home quickly while getting the highest return on your investment, the following are the top five mistakes to avoid.

Mistake #1: Getting Your Vacation Home’s Selling Price All Wrong

How you price your vacation home can influence how quickly it sells, and it can determine the profitability of the selling process. You’ll need to strike a balance between a price so high it deters buyers from considering your home and a price so low that you miss out on the return you can generate.

Having the expertise of a professional realtor can help you set the best price given the conditions of the

Orlando’s theme parks are gearing up for holiday travelers this summer who make up the bulk of their business. This is good news for homeowners looking for travel guests to return to their Orlando vacation homes after a drop in the market resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

An approved proposal to reopen short-term rental homes is allowing homeowners to welcome back their guests. This is significant for the state’s economy because the vacation-rental industry generates an estimated $27 billion annually, according to a report by the University of Central Florida’s Rosen College of Hospitality Management.

Reopening Popular Theme Parks in Orlando

Universal Orlando’s water parks and theme parks will welcome guests starting on June 5. Universal

Choosing the right real estate agent helps you get the highest return while avoiding costly mistakes when selling your vacation home. But too many home investors look for realtors who offer low commission rates while making unrealistic promises when selling their vacation pool homes near Disney World.

An experienced real estate professional who understands the market, is a good negotiator and a good communicator is far more important than one who simply offers a low commission rate.

Related: When is the Best Time to Sell a Vacation Home?

A Real Estate Agent Who Can Help You Sell at the Right Price

Your real estate agent can help you review the sale prices of similar homes in your area to determine a fair market price. Competent real estate

Selling your vacation rental home quickly can eliminate the hassles that homeowners try to avoid during the selling process. It can help you get the highest return by keeping you from having to reduce its selling price to attract buyers when your house doesn’t sell right away.

The following are effective ways homeowners can implement to sell their vacation rentals near Universal Orlando quickly, while making the process easier and more profitable.

Start with Your Home’s First Impression

Today’s buyers have plenty of resources for searching for homes in the Orlando area. Getting their attention is the first hurdle you have to overcome if you want to sell your vacation rental quickly.

Taking the time to maintain and update your home’s exterior

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Landscaping isn’t usually the first thing most homeowners think of when it’s time to sell their holiday homes in Orlando. But it’s a part of your home that affects its curb appeal to potential buyers.

Failing to maintain your home’s landscaping can cause buyers to overlook your home or make low-ball offers that are far below what your home is worth. Even if you’re not ready to sell right now, an attractive and well-maintained yard can add up to 10 percent to your home’s value.

Here are top landscaping tips homeowners can use to sell their holiday homes more easily and at a higher return on investment.

Use Color to Brighten Your Home’s Landscape

Planting flowers is one of the easiest ways to improve your home’s landscape and curb appeal. The

When it comes to selling a vacation home, homeowners can struggle with deciding if they should sell and for how much. But knowing when you should sell is just as important, and it can influence the price that buyers are willing to pay.

Owners looking to sell their Kissimmee vacation homes need to understand the local real estate market as well as the benefits of selling before or after peak travel seasons. Knowing the best time to sell your vacation home helps you make the right decision so you can meet your personal and financial goals.

Timing is Everything in the Real Estate Market

Knowing your market is the first step to figuring out when you should sell your vacation home. Economic conditions can directly impact the outcome of the selling

Many new home buyers choose to buy Kissimmee holiday homes because these properties are in the heart of Orlando’s popular theme park area, making them attractive as a short-term rental investment. The uncertainty caused by the global pandemic may prompt some homeowners to consider selling their homes. Before you decide to sell, consider the following factors to ensure that you get the most out of your home’s sale while supporting your long-term investment goals.

When is the Right Time to Sell a Vacation Home?

Homeowners may want to take advantage of the increased value of their home and sell it to realize a profit. Others may want to take advantage of new developments and upgrade to a larger home.

Your vacation home may need significant repairs

Selling a home that you don’t live in can be a complex process, especially when you live hundreds or even thousands of miles away. It’s important to have expert guidance to help you avoid common mistakes that can cost homeowners time and money.

Orlando vacation homes are one of the most popular choices for today’s home buyers who are looking for luxury features and amenities, as well as short-term rental income, in a location they can enjoy all year round.

Team Donovan can help you sell your home quickly while ensuring that you get the maximum return on your investment. You can get the help you need at every step of the way, from preparing your home for sale, to determining the best price and getting more visibility online.

Increasing Your Home’s

March 'math' From The Resort Area...   Pre coronavirus pandemic figures revealed that resort area inventory was up 9.2% from a year ago at 1463 homes compared to 1340 listings in March 2019 and 5.6% higher than last month.  The average number of days that a home to took to sell during March was 98 which was 5 less than it took twelve months ago whilst achieving on average 97.5% of the respective listed price, which was unchanged over the same period. The markets median price of $237,496 was little changed from last month but was up 9.6% from the one year ago median price of $216,628. The total number of homes sold during the month was 61 which compared to 322 in March 2019 while the number of homes pending under offer/contract stood at 499 which…