There is a lot you can do to help the sale of
your home. Here are some of our top tips for
Make sure the front of your house is
neat and clean. A few dabs of paint and
a freshly mowed lawn make important
first impressions. Give visitors a
welcoming walk to your front door.
Take time to repair leaky faucets,
sticky drawers, squeaky doors, and loose
knobs. Organize closets and cabinets to
show-off their greatest potential.
Maximize your home's value by paying
attention to simple details.
||Let the sunshine in:
Open the drapes and shades to let in
natural light. Wash those windows for a
sparkling view of the great outdoors.
Show potential buyers a bright future in
Kitchens: These are two rooms that
can make or break a sale. Pay extra
attention to caulking, back splashes,
countertops, stove tops and cabinet
fronts. Organizing your drawers and
cabinets, empty trash bins, and give
floors a quick mop. These inexpensive
ways to showcase their value.
Rooms that appear spacious are well
organized, neat and clean. Good
housekeeping and a fresh coat of paint
can add value to your home.
Keep walkways, stairs, and hallways
clear of toys, tools, and debris. In
winter, keep sidewalks free of ice and
Keep noise and traffic to a minimum
while potential buyers are touring your
home. Let the salesperson conduct the
tour and answer questions.
Rely on the expertise of your real
estate professional to discuss the
price, terms and conditions with the
||Cooperation: Do your
best to accommodate tours of your home
whenever agents call. Keep your house
ready to receive visitors on short
notice and let the real estate
salesperson make appointments as often
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