Begin with the exterior of your home, or your curb appeal. Inspect the exterior of your home from a quick glance from the street. What jumps out at you? What unique features seem hidden?
Understanding this assists us in determining what plan of action we can use to draw buyers from the street and into your house. If your home isn't pretty on the outside with touched up paint and colorful garden plants we'll need to tackle those issues. Refer to the Curb Appeal Checklist and add dollars to your home's final selling price.
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"Welcome to your new home!"
Does your house seem to say, "This is Your Next House" to a buyer? Examining your house with a critical eye, I'll suggest adjustments that enhance sales appeal.
I'll tell you put out of sight anything that gives the appearance of clutter. Table and counter tops should be free and clear. Knickknacks, souvenirs, family photos, and kids' artwork should get moved out of sight. I can help you simplify the decor of house. Unattractive or busy places make your home look unkempt and buyers have a harder time picturing themselves living there.
I know instantly where a room's best features are and how to highlight them. Enhancements that directly affect your sale price include fixable like pieces of furniture that should be rearranged, rooms that need fresh paint, carpet that needs to be replaced, fixtures that need replacing, and windows that need washing
Buyers want a residence that seems comfortable. Items that could be uninviting should get moved out so that your home will garner mass appeal to buyers.
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Setting the Stage
At every showing, we're doing well if we're engaging the buyer's senses. Shadows are critical and we'll open curtains, and add lighting where needed to invite the buyer inside. Together we'll enhance the ambiance with enjoyable music to listen to while guests take a walk-through of your home and assure a delightful aroma circulates from every area. We'll incorporate cozy-looking bedspreads, and throw pillows on your sofa and bed. Buyers should feel like your house is their future home.