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Thinking About Selling?

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Thinking About Selling Your Home?

Selling a home can be a stressful event. Quite a bit of thought, consideration, time and effort has to go into the process. There is an overwhelming amount of data that proves that hiring an agent is the best way to ensure that the selling transaction goes as smoothly as possible.

Going Beyond The Call Of Duty

If you're looking for a Realtor to help you negotiate the complexities of selling your home, you've come to the right place. My experience, dedication, and strong communication skills and knowledge of the economy will help ensure the successful sale of your home.

Selling your home requires understanding how to properly prepare the home to attract the right buyers. In order to get top dollar for your property, I will be there to assist you every step of the way with pricing, marketing, staging, your home. My goal is to give your property every advantage possible.

 

 

Tips for Selling Your Home

  • Remove Clutter

When you own a home, it's easy to accumulate more stuff than you need. Clutter takes up space, and space is what sells. Make your home look bigger and more desirable by editing down to just the basics. Buyers want and need to see the full potential of your house to picture themselves in it, but that can be difficult to do when it is covered up in your things. The less clutter you have in a space, the bigger it will look and the more appealing it will be to buyers. Also, make sure you have proper lighting. It will always make a home feel warmer and inviting. Changing light bulbs when staging a home can be like giving a room a makeover and freshen up a living space.

  • Clean Repair & Paint Walls

This is a great time to spruce up your walls and give your home a fresh look. Use a foam eraser pad and go room to room. Remove fingerprints and any scuffs from walls. Patch and spackle any holes you may find. You may also need to do some paint touch-ups if you notice areas where previously applied paint has chipped. If needed, give your walls a fresh coat of paint

  • Make Sure Your Home Is Squeaky Clean

Clean like you've never cleaned before! You want every square inch to shine, from the baseboards to the corners of your ceilings and everywhere in between. A squeaky clean home suggests to buyers that you took good care of the property, a notion that extends beyond the kitchen countertops to the entire house.

  • Use Neutral Colors

When you're staging your home to sell, one of the very best things you can do is use neutral colors such as gray, white, and taupe. Bold colors can distract from a room's assets. Buyers might not be able to visualize their dream home if it's excessively decorated. Boost Curb Appeal Make a good first impression! The first thing a buyer is going to see when they walk up to your house is the front entrance, so you want it to make a strong positive impression. To increase your curb appeal, trim your shrubs and trees, weed and lay down fresh mulch. Add a plant or two, add a new welcome mat. You'll be surprised by how far these simple tasks can get you!

  • Boost Curb Appeal

Make a good first impression! The first thing a buyer is going to see when they walk up to your house is the front entrance, so you want it to make a strong positive impression. To increase your curb appeal, trim your shrubs and trees, weed and lay down fresh mulch. Add a plant or two, add a new welcome mat. You'll be surprised by how far these simple tasks can get you!

 

 

"I hope you enjoyed the information about the importance of staging your home properly. I look forward to helping you with all your real estate needs. My background in real estate gives me the experience to help you market your property properly as well as to help you find your next home."

LaBrita Dews