Allow your home to SHINE!
Whether it was the cozy screened porch, picturesque windows over looking the backyard or grand entryway, you know what attracted you to purchase your home. When it is time to sell, it's our job to make another family, couple or individual fall in love with with the unique qualities of your home. By staging your home, we allow others to imagine how their story may play out in walls they may call home.
Many potential buyers will drive by your home before even setting up an appointment to view the inside! An attractive yard that is free of debris will gain interest quickly! Some tips for increasing your curb appeal:
~Trim all tress and bushes
~Mow, trim and edge grass
~Turn sprinkler on before showing so the lawn sparkles
~Repair cracks in the driveway
~Hide garden hoses and tools
~Buy a new doormat for the front door
~Remove parked vehicles from driveway
~Organize garage area to maximize space
~Plant flowers to add color
~Repair broken screens
~Dress up your front door by adding color or a decorative wreath
~Update hardware such as~ mailbox, entry door lockset, lighting, address numbers, etc.
~Clean windows to add shine to your home
~Clean out gutters
~Clean up flower beds/add fresh mulch
~Light up your home at night
Once you get potential buyers in the front door, you want them to be wowed and by the features of your home. Use the tips below to enhance the qualities of your home and removed unwanted distractions.
~Keep your home clean
~Clear off counters of decorations/papers
~Add fresh flowers
~Keep all lights on in the home
~Open closet doors (and declutter closets)
~Keep glass shower doors squeaky clean
~Remove gender specific features of a master bedroom, it should appeal to both males and females
~Update an old fireplace with a screen
~Stain or paint old kitchen cabinets
~Replace or remove old rugs
~Beware of pet odors
~Add color to a living room with new accent pillows
~Make centerpieces for your tables and set tables
~Keep beds made
~Fresh, neutral paint
~Send pets to a neighbor if possible or confine them to one room (basement)
~Replace light bulbs with high wattage bulbs
~REMOVE CLUTTER to maximize the space of your home!
*Content provided courtesy of Realtor.org