October 9, 2013
When selling your home, many Sellers ask how they should prepare when Buyers schedule a showing to walk through their house. Do I stage it? Do I put certain things away? There are many tips that we can give you when you are in the market to sell your home. In order to make the most amount of money in the most efficient amount of time, here are a couple of things to keep in mind.
First up, simplify. When your home is filled with all of your personal pictures and memories, it makes it harder for potential home buyers to walk through and picture themselves living out their future memories. Also, if there is just a few too many pieces of furniture to maneuver around, it will make it more difficult for the Buyers to see how large and useful the space will be for them. Clearing out and simplifying your house for sale will benefit both parties – as the Seller, you’ll be halfway done with packing before the sale, which will make your move less stressful and more enjoyable.
Second, the cleanest house always wins. Buyers will make an initial judgment about a home within the first few seconds of entering. Putting away your morning dishes, wiping down the main visible areas and vacuuming will benefit their initial reaction to entering your home. A clean and clutter free house is a great start to making the best out of selling your home.
If you are thinking about selling your home, or buying a home, give us a call. The market is hot, home prices are on the rise and interest rates are still historically low. We always want the best for our Buyers and Sellers and are readily available to help with all of your Real Estate goals and dreams.
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