Selling Guide

Cleaning and Staging Your Home: Two of some of the most important things to do are cleaning and staging. Not only will we need your home picture perfect ready for photography, but keeping it perfect for scheduled open houses and private appointments is also vital throughout the marketing process. Staging your home to show its best potential is crucial as not every buyer has the vision to see how well your home could function. Decluttering your home and rearranging furniture can go a long way.

Address Deferred Maintenance: Are some of your walls in need of paint? Does your kitchen have a leaky faucet? Spending just a little bit of money to repair those small things will show buyers that you haven’t neglected your home’s needed maintenance. The less buyers start calculating for repairs, the better their impression and offer will probably be. Not sure about the condition of your home in detail? Hiring a home inspector can be a good idea so that you have a good understanding of what the true needs are in preparation of what any buyer could potentially find during their inspection.

The Exterior: The exterior of your home is the first thing and the last thing every prospective buyer will see. Homes with yards should have their landscaping well kept, walkways clear any debris and the paint should be in good shape. For condos, clean common areas and freshening up entryways with some potted plants or flowers can add warmth and be inviting. A freshly painted front door is always a good place to start.

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