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Sellers: Tips to prepare your home to sell

Wednesday May 10th

Preparing your home for sale:


"Keep in mind that buyers are primarily looking for spacious layouts, spacious closets and natural light in a property.

To make your home more appealing to potential buyers and to help buyers better envision themselves in your home consider :

  • Declutter and Depersonalize: Remove personal items and excess furniture.

A decluttered space instantly makes your property look more spacious and open.

Buyers will be touring the house and the less furniture blocking the way the better.

ALSO Remember the rule ⅓

Aim to leave one-third of your closet and cabinet space empty. This simple task automatically creates the perception of more space, which is important since most buyers likely have full closets and cabinets already. ( ANYONE HERE?) By showing some empty space, buyers can better envision their own belongings in the home and see the full potential of the property."

Less is more.

  • Clean: Thoroughly clean the home. This makes a big difference in how potential buyers perceive the property. The Kitchen is usually the heart of the home.

  • Repairs: Address any necessary repairs, such as leaky faucets or chipped paint. A well-maintained home will appeal to buyers and help ensure a smooth inspection process.

  • Also you can consider a PRE Listing Inspection. Call me for more info on that.

  • Neutralize: Consider repainting walls in a neutral color to appeal to a wider range of potential buyers.

  • Enhance Curb Appeal: First impressions are key, so make sure the home's exterior is attractive and well-maintained. Consider painting the front door, planting flowers, or adding outdoor lighting. Buyers interested in your house will, most likely ,drive by at night time. Outdoor lighting is huge:)

  • For your showings: keep AC at 73 or less. Keep fresh flowers, and open all curtains and blinders!! Happy showing!


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