Gorgeous: Gorgeous is a descriptive word, but what exactly does it describe? The problem is that it isn't specific. Potential homebuyers don't need to be fed adjectives when looking at your home's photos. They can quite easily decide for themselves if your home is attractive.
Luxury: Unless your home is truly luxurious and a step above others in the area, using the word "luxury" is a mistake. The word is most often used when describing bathrooms and has been used one too many times. Be honest about what is included in your home, listing features matter-of-factly. A homebuyer will determine if they feel as though the features are luxurious.
Charming: The word brings to mind cozy little cottages and fairy tales. Charming is a word that can have potential buyers looking elsewhere, especially if they are looking for a roomy home. Even if you have small rooms, simply list their dimensions and avoid descriptive words that draw pictures in the mind of shoppers.
It's amazing that the wrong words can deter the sale of your home, but it's a fact. Listing your home incorrectly can mean that it sits on the market for months instead of selling as quickly as you hope.
For more tips on selling your Barnesville home, call our office. We are experienced real estate agents and we know how to make your home sell. We are happy to offer you our services and look forward to working with you.