Preparing your Home to Sell

First impressions do count when you are selling your home.   Expensive renovations are often not necessary.  No matter what size and type of property, it pays off to do some cleaning, de-cluttering, repairs and minor home improvements. 

Painting is an easy and affordable project that will help update the look of your home.  Keep in mind that you need to cater to the buyer’s preference.  Neutral colors are the best choice.  Light colors help brighten and enlarge a room.

A spotless and pleasant home will lead to a closing.  Get rid of clutter and unnecessary furniture.  Clear countertops of unused small appliances. This is the time for a general cleaning. The kitchen tiles should be sparkling and grime free. Scrub away mildew in the bathrooms.  Keep toys in bins and closets neat.

Curb appeal does count.  The outside of the home should not be neglected including the lawn and garden.  It is the first thing part of the home the buyers see.  They start from the driveway and walk up to your front door.  Your home should be inviting them to come in and get them excited to look inside.

For more tips on how to prepare your home for a sale, feel free to call or message me.  I would be happy to provide you with a complimentary assessment of your home.

Jessica Sarte

Jessica Sarte

CENTURY 21 Millennium Inc., Brokerage*
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