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Things to do before you list your home

Things to do before you list your home

 

 

1.  Make a great first impression

 

 Home buying is an emotional purchase, with buyers deciding in the first 30 seconds of seeing the home if this is the one.  The front entrance should be warm and welcoming.  Does your home look great from the street?

 

 

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2.  Clean, Clean, Clean

 

 

This is something most sellers overlook but the buyer will not.  Buyers will look at the kitchen and bathrooms with a critical eye. If buyers see evidence that they will have to clean and fix things, they will offer less money for the home.  A clean home looks like it has been taken care of and loved.

 

 

 

 

3. Store it

 

 

Most of us have more furniture than we need or use. Remove any furniture that is not absolutely necessary. If a room is open, it looks large and adds square footage to the home; this is $$$ in the real estate market.  Have the kids put a few toys in special basket and pack the rest.

 

4.  Let there be light

 

 

Open the curtains and let the sunshine in!  You may like your privacy, but the buyer doesn't want to think about that when looking at a home.  They want to know that light will come in and the house won't be dark.  Turn on all the lights before a showing or open house.

 

 

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5.  Set the stage

 

 

Most people only use their dining room on special occasions.  Make it look as though you are having a dinner party in an hour.  Make sure you have a center piece and fresh flowers are an inexpensive way to make someone want to sit down and join the party.  If your home is casual, set a casual table.  If your dining room is formal, pull out all the stops and set it with China.

 

 

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6.  Empty closets

 

 

Remove out of season clothes.  Pack all items that you are not going to use in the next 3 months.  The kitchen cabinets should not be overlooked, nor should the bookcases, hutches, built-ins, entertainment centers or any other storage space.  You want it to look as though there is room for the buyers' things.  Buyers will open cabinet doors to see inside, make sure they see space.

 

 

7.  smells good

 

 

Remember smell is a very important sense and your house has a smell of its own.  Does yours have a good smell or a bad smell?

 

8. proper discreption 

 

Buyers always search for what the need,proper discreption is very important when marketing.

 

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