If you are planning to sell your home, as our real estate agents would certainly tell you, presenting it in the best possible light is essential to making a quick sale at the right price. That means staging your home properly to show off its best features and make it appealing to a wide variety of potential buyers. You can, of course, hire a home staging professional to get the job done, but if you'll be doing it yourself, here are ten can't miss home staging tips to get your home sold:
When selling your home, first impressions are everything. Your home's curb appeal is the first impression it will have on potential buyers. While boosting your home's curb appeal to attract potential buyers will take some effort, there isn't a whole lot of magic or mystery involved.
Our real estate agents can make suggestions if you need them, but sometimes the simplest answers really are the best. Here are six ways to improve your home's curb appeal when you're preparing to sell it.
Buying a new home is exciting, and if you have just done so, you're probably very eager to get into that house and get started making it a home. However, before you can get to that part of things, you'll have to get through the moving process. That process will be easier if you spend some time thinning out your stuff before you begin packing it up. Our real estate agents know that, for most of us, this is easier said than done, so if you're not sure just where to start, here are ten ways to purge before you pack:
We know you live in your home while it is on the market, the best practices happen every day. Try to keep up with these tasks so last minute showings are a breeze to prep for.
Want more insider tips on selling your home? Contact one of our Realtors today!
Spring is a time for making your home alive again after a long, cold winter. Even if you've just moved into a new home, by spring there's a good chance that you'll find plenty of tidying up to do. If tasks have been piling up over the last several months, it can be difficult to know where to start with spring maintenance. Our real estate agents are here with these steps toward making spring house maintenance easier.