Getting Your Home Ready To Sell!
Here are some simple things your family can do to get your home ready to sell. Families are amazed when they follow our advice on what it takes today to give them the best edge at getting top dollar for their home! Save this to your Pinterest or print it out for future reference!
You can be sure these small items will make the difference when a buyer is considering your home over another.
Don’t underestimate the value of a clean and uncluttered look to impress new buyers!
Buyers want to envision their belongings in your home. Store away any knickknacks, photos or personal items so that the buyer has a clear vision of how their belongings will look.
Organize your Closet
Storage space is a huge selling point, if your closets are stuffed with no extra room, buyers will think you don’t have enough space.
Bring Nature Inside
Potted plants or a few pretty buds in a vase can help bring energy into a space.
The Little Things
Tackle all those little things you have been meaning to do such as tightening up those loose droo knobs. Buyers will notice them and they’ll detract from the value of your home.
Improving your landscaping is crucial for a good first impression. A sloppy exterior will make buyers think that you’ve slacked off on interior maintenance as well.
Make it Shine!
From ceiling fans to floors and everything in between, clean your home until it sparkles (or hire a professional).Let The Light In! – Open up all the windows to let in natural light; a bright cheery room looks bigger and more inviting.
Hide the litter box and spray air neutralizer throughout your home. No one wants to spend time looking around, let alone move into a home that smells like the previous owner’s pets.
Make It Inviting
Replace faded house numbers so buyers can see them from the curb. Also, adding a fresh coat of paint to the front door will make it stand out. For the interior; repaint the walls neutral colors to allow buyers to focus on the spaces themselves, not the color of the walls.
Help your buyers see themselves in your home by adding deliberate vignettes that show how your home can be lived in. The key is allowing the buyers to see themselves living in the home.