Selling A Home

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Touch up interior and exterior paint as needed. Neutral colors work best! If carpet or flooring appear worn or outdated, they should be replaced. Make sure the front of the house is clean and spruced up. Curb appeal is key to making a great first impression. Keep interior clean and clutter free. Have your house ready for prospective buyers at all times. Start Packing!!! Reducing the number of personal items such as nick nacks and family photos helps buyers imagine what the space will look like with their belongings. Put excess furniture and belongings in storage. Donate unwanted items to a worthy charity.

You only get one opportunity to make a good first impression.

When preparing your home for sale, you want to minimize the flaws while maximizing its attributes. First impressions are extremely important to potential buyers so curb appeal is key, fresh cut lawns, trimmed hedges, colorful flower beds, clean walk ways and driveways, as well as nice clean windows throughout the property have a positive impact.

On the interior your home should be free of clutter and arranged in a way to show its full potential. Pack whatever you don’t use on a daily basis and store it in a particular area of the house such as the basement or the garage to show your home as clean as possible at all times.

Make repairs to any leaking faucets or loose doors of handles. Check all the light switches, outlets and make sure all rooms have adequate lighting with plenty of clean floor space for buyers to walk around.

Please feel free to contact us at any time to set up an appointment to analyze the market in your area and to implement a marketing strategy to get your property SOLD. We as well offer relocation assistance anywhere in the United States so tell us where you want to go and we will reach out to our network of Realtors who will help you achieve your Fresh Start.

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