Prudential Select Properties St. Louis Announces Release of "10 Ways to Turn Off A Potential Homebuyer" Infographic

The professional real estate agents at Prudential Select Properties of St. Louis have released an informative graphic, outlining the top ten reasons potential buyers might not consider purchasing a home. The infographic is based on an article written by Jay McDonald at Feeling that both potential St. Louis home-buyers and sellers could benefits from the information outlined in McDonald’s article, Prudential Select St. Louis chose to create an infographic.

The infographic outlines the ten ways to turn off a homebuyer as 1) Dirt, 2) Odors, 3) Old Fixtures, 4) Wallpaper, 5) Popcorn Acoustic Ceilings, 6) Too many personal items, 7) Snoopy sellers, 8) Misrepresenting your home, 9) Poor curb appeal and 10) Clutter. The infographic also enlists the professional advice of several real estate professionals, no associated with Prudential Select Properties St. Louis. Cited in the infographic are Chad Goldwasser of Goldwasser Real Estate, Terry Cannon of Oregon Exclusive Buyers and Julie Dana, co-author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Staging Your Home to Sell.”

According to MacDonald, “back in 2007, homebuyers would beg to purchase your house. They would bid even more than the asking price for the privilege to do so.” In order to have an advantage in the St. Louis home selling market, Prudential Select Properties suggests that the tips outlined in the infographic are followed. To get more detailed information, Prudential Select Properties St. Louis suggests contacting one of the professional agents today.

About Prudential Select Properties St. Louis: 
As proven experts in St. Louis county real estate a Prudential Select Properties realtor can help find the right home. Spring consultations are available right now; in addition, buyers are welcome to attend St Charles open houses or other neighborhoods in the area. For more information, contact a local Prudential Select Properties realtor by calling (866) 640-6397 or by visiting


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