Thinking about moving?
Get your home ready to list with these steps:
First impressions last, so make sure you keep up on your lawn maintenance. Mowing and fertilizing the lawn, cutting back overgrown shrubbery, and reseeding sparse areas in the grass could make all the difference!
Keep it Neutral:
Keeping your home in neutral tones is key when getting your home on the market. Painting you’re your lime green walls, and switching to neutral bedding and towels could go a long way in making your home appealing to all potential buyers, regardless of taste.
Shampooing the carpets, freshening up the hardwood, and securing creaking floor boards is a great way to give your home a fresh look and smell!
Bonus: if cleaning the appliances is rarely on your to-do list, now is the time to take a second look at that oven!
Remember, when the buyers come see your home, they want to imagine themselves living there. While your family photos and collectables are perfect for you, keep it easy for the future home owner to imagine their lifestyle and décor!
The last thing you want as a home owner is to turn off a potential buyer with a “less than clean” bathroom. Deep clean the tubs and showers, and replace old toilet seats to avoid leaving a bad impression.
Bonus: Apply a fresh layer of caulk in the tub and shower area to keep the bathroom sparkling!
Don't just think about getting your home ready! Call me today to discuss your home's individual needs!
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