Curb appeal is your only chance to make a positive impact on buyers before they walk into your house. The pluses and minuses that jump out at buyers shape their initial thoughts about your home and how you keep up your home's regular maintenance. Acknowledging this helps us to choose what plan of action we can use to draw buyers from the street and into your house. If your house isn't at its best on the outside with refreshed paint and blooming greenery we'll need to tackle those issues. Refer to the Curb Appeal Checklist and boost your home's final selling price.
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Does your home seem to say, "Hello From Your New Place" to a buyer? Looking through your home with a buyer's eye, I'll suggest fixes that improve Open House appeal.I'll help you put in storage things that give the impression of clutter. Counter tops should be neatly arranged. Knickknacks, souvenirs, family photos, and kids' drawings should get stored away too. We need to remove the personal details from the home so buyers can see it as their new house.
Every area gets a once-over. I'll note the pieces of furniture that should be rearranged, rooms that need new paint, rugs needing to be changed, fixtures that could use brightening, and any other improvement that can easily be made to positively affect the sale.
Buyers' agents know that their clients expect a place that seems comfortable. Anything that could be "loud" should go into storage in order for your property to have general appeal while on the market.
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Setting the Stage
In the short time that your house will be on the market, we want to capture buyers' attention. Brightness is critical and we'll part the curtains, and create light where needed to show off your house. We'll enhance the air of the house with enjoyable music playing lightly and assure a pleasing aroma flows room-to-room. We'll incorporate cozy-looking blankets, and place pillows on your couch and bed. Buyers should feel like your current house is their future home.