Full log, year round home is located on a quiet wooded lot on the narrows between Chetac and Birch Lakes. Boating access to both lakes for great fishing and full lake recreation. Wrap around deck, screen porch, updated kitchen. Lower level family room offers additional sleeping space. Newly built fish cleaning house. Extra deep 29 x 29 garage. House and yard all beautifully maintained. This outstanding property is minutes from Birchwood and a half hour to Rice Lake or Hayward.
Click photo to launch full page with property photos and listing details. New Price: $295,000. Listed by Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin.
NW Wisconsin: A common reason that a house will not sell quickly and at the best possible price has to do with a seller’s emotional attachment. Some sellers have a hard time letting go and may unwittingly block the process by overpricing the home, unwilling to declutter, refusing to make repairs, or unwilling to negotiate with buyers.
A good Realtor can help sellers to let go of the emotional attachment and think of their home as an asset.
Shifting the language. A simple word change from home to the street name or property is a subtle step that begins the process of depersonalization.
Though a seller has created 30 years of memories, those memories will always be with them. Now that they have decided it’s time to sell, the Realtor’s job is to present the property to the marketplace. The marketplace is where people shop for products. In this case, the home is the product.
Simplify and pack up the memories. Because the homeowner is selling, a first step is to proactively remove items they don’t need for their next move or pack up items they will want to keep with them.
When a buyer enters a home, they are visualizing how their stuff fits into this space. Creating an environment that is open and uncluttered for buyers to walk in and imagine themselves living in is a critical step in the selling process.
Rebranding or staging. Depersonalization is a way to repackage or stage the home to be more product-based.
The biggest mistake a seller can make is to resisting the shift from viewing their home as their property. Without this shift, most potential buyers will move on.
My greatest reward as a Realtor is to help buyers and sellers realize their dream. That can mean selling a lake home owned for many years to move on to a new chapter in life. This comfortable and beautifully maintained 3 bedroom home on premier Big McKenzie Lake did not last long. Sellers received an accepted offer in 3 days. Sold by Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin Realtor. W 9528 Cty Hwy E, Spooner, WI. Click for information about Big McKenzie Lake.
Just Sold this lovely 3 bedroom year round home. More than 2300 sq ft of living space, large kitchen, main level laundry, main level master suite, huge lakeside windows for great lake and wildlife viewing, attached and detached garages. McKinley Lake is a great fishing and boating lake. This home offers 225′ of sand bottom lake frontage and easy elevation. Minutes from Spooner and Trego, WI.
Thinking of selling in Spooner or NW Wisconsin? Call Jean Hedren, Edina Realty NW Wisconsin Realtor. 218-590-6634. Or, email: email@example.com