Nobody wants their house to stay in the market. Selling a house can be stressful and keeping it perfect for exhibitions is difficult; it helps to sell the house faster, without stress!
All buyers look for storage. Keeping cabinets clean and tidy is important so that the buyer can see how much space there really is.
Does this room have good light?
Light sells houses, so increase the number of lights in the house: add lamps, and increase the intensity where you can. Use exterior lighting to highlight key features of your property.
Make reasonable updates
You do not have to do a major renovation to sell your house, but a coat of paint where necessary and some updates that can do wonders to get your sale.
Take out the personal
Remove all personal items you can. Sell - you want buyers to be seen in space, not your personal belongings. Remove personal photos, children’s illustrations and all objects stuck on the refrigerator door.
Fix it up
Buyers are thorough observers, so any general maintenance that has been postponed must be done before displaying the home. Broken switches, door handles, holes in the walls – small things matter, so pay close attention to the things you’ve been thinking about fixing but have not done yet.
Make first impressions count.
You only have one chance: Make sure that when a buyer comes to see the house, he does not value the best features of his house. Update your outdoor spaces to add sales appeal to your home, and make sure everything is in order: inside and out!
Always be ready
This can be difficult, especially if you have children. You never know when you are going to have a visit, so it is important to keep things neat and clean. If you have pets, you must make arrangements to be in another place during visits.
Taking the time to prepare your home for sale will save you time and burden, and will help you sell the house faster and get the best selling price!