Tips for selling your property
Do you want to beat out competitors? Get the highest price for yeezy scarpe your home? I would assume that you to all these answers you would say yes if your home is currently on the market or you’re thinking about place your home on the market.
Potential buyers will scrutinize the condition your home is in. They will look up and down your home. So here are some tips to make sure things are tidy and organized to impress potential buyers.
Purge your clothes, books, and trinkets! Do what you must wether you trash, recycle, or donate these items.
Clear clutter: This is a top priority. Remove half of your things so your home feels bigger,, especially excess furniture and clothes. You could use a storage unit temporarily. Clear surfaces, remove personal effects, manage the garage and home of ice, trim or remove unruly plants.
Organize: DIY or hire a professional. This will also prepare you for your own move.
Deep Clean: DIY or hire a service. Wash windows, vacuum, dust, clean baseboards, inside lights, refrigerator, oven, micro wave, cabinets. Buff and shine the floors, steam clean carpets. Change the air filters. Polish chrome and clean mirrors.
Bathrooms: You may only need a new bath mat, shower curtain and to set out fresh hang towels. Perhaps add touches of spa style items. But, check if you need to replace missing tile, re-caulk moldy areas, repair rust spots and re-coat the tub with a new finish.
Lighting: Classic staging teaches that each room needs 3 points of lighting.
Fragrances: Keep the house smelling fresh throughout the process. Clean and hide the litter box. Keep your dog outside and on a leash during showings. Clean dog smells from fabric. Lightly mist with an uplifting essential oil like lemon, or eucalyptus.
Curb appeal and yard: Trim, mow, weed, prune. Repair down – spouts and clean the gutters. Pressure wash the siding. Fix that broken window. Repair the fence. Replace missing address numbers. Add color by planting flowers and applying new mulch. Update exterior lighting. Make sure concrete driveways are free of oil spots. Paint the front door. Finish with a new welcome mat.