It May Not be a Show but Stage Right
Remove all the clutter from your home before showing it to potential buyers. Buyers want to picture themselves living in the space. Move or remove furniture from certain rooms to increase their perceived size. Put away photos of family and replace with warm imagery that accentuate the style, color and design of your home. Staging is a highly visual process. Because of the difference a staging can have on a buyer’s first impression and decision to purchase your home, you might want to hire a professional stager. A stager can use their expertise to make the best use of the space and aesthetics of your home.
Prepare Your Home for Buyers
The look of your property will determine much of it value to potential buyers. You must make your home move-in ready. Update all appliances, electrical and plumbing fixtures. Ensure that your property is in complete compliance with current codes. Lift your home’s curb appeal to make sure it stands out amongst the neighbors. A fresh coat of paint and lawn and hedges will primp it up well. The goal is to make your home ready to move into. Buyers want to imagine the space as their own. Prepping the home so that visualization can take place is essential to attracting the right buyers.
Hire An advocate
Regardless of how you prepare or renovate your home, the selling process is complicated. A professional realtor can assist you in negotiating the entire process of selling your home. From setting the price, marketing and showing the home, trust the representatives of The Huebsch Team at Keller Williams Premier Realty to be your tireless advocates.