- Declutter and depersonalize
One of the best things to do when you decide to sell your home is to go through each room and remove the clutter. Be sure to put away personal photos, jewelry and medications. Buyers need to be able to see themselves living in the space.
If you’re having a hard time organizing, it probably means you have too much stuff. Moving is a great time to divest yourself and your family of the things you no longer need, wear or use.
- Invest in minor repairs
The last thing a new owner wants to do is fix things. It’s time to finish the “Honey Do” list and make life easy for your buyer.
- Stage and add curb appeal
Having the gardener clean and add some bark and flowers can make your property shine. Remember First Impressions happen only once.
Our pets can sense our increased excitement and can become overly excited. Plan to remove your pet(s) for showings and open houses.
Stagers and agents can be great resources for preparing your home for sale. Professional house cleaners, window cleaners and gardeners are well worth the cost to help you “Get Ready for Company”.