Maximizing your home sale all boils down to preparing your house for viewing.
If you’re putting your home on the market, what’s the most important thing you can do to prevent having to deal with unnecessary challenges?
It all boils down to preparing your house for viewing. Sometimes it helps to see how other homes are presented on the market to get a better sense of how yours can appeal to the most buyers. In this regard, sellers can occasionally be their own worst enemy. You have to live, but you also have to move, so remove all personal items from your home. You want people to be able to perceive themselves living there—not you. Giving your home a fresh coat of paint can also help give it a fresh, neutral look.
Nowadays, many home sellers ask us whether they should remodel their kitchen and/or bathrooms. If you’re wondering the same thing, remember that taste is something you can’t predict, so remodeling these areas may not help you sell your home for more money.
If you’d like to know more about preparing your home to sell quickly and for top dollar or have any other real estate questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me or my team. We’d love to help.