The curb appeal of your home is a critical factor in attracting prospective buyers. A potential buyer will come to a decision on the compatibility of a new home within the first few minutes of seeing it, and often merely from seeing pictures of it on the Internet.
Here are some tips to get you started:
Look at your home through the eyes of a potential buyer
Take care of small tasks like weeding, mowing the lawn, or cleaning out the storage closet
Start planning and executing the larger tasks such as painting, remodeling or other aesthetic repairs
Make a cleaning checklist for the days leading up to your showings: carpets, floors, walls, bathrooms, linens..etc.
Order a garbage bin or start making hauls to the local trash repository - moving is one of the best ways to purge the old and start fresh!
Clear the clutter - renting a temporary or mobile storage unit is a great way to hide belongings that might otherwise mask the greatness of your property
I have many more tips on how to get your home into prime selling condition and ways to determine which home improvement projects will get you the most bang for your buck. As always, my top priority is to get you the best price for your home. Please feel free to contact me anytime.
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"Terrie, thank you so much for your excellent representation in selling my home in Richardson when I was
getting married this past year and moving into my new husband’s home! Your knowledge of the market
and ability to gather marketing information on comparable homes resulted in listing my home for at
least $6,000 more than I would have anticipated … and ultimately receiving 2 full‐price contracts the first
day you showed my home! It was your expertise that guided me through the entire process, straight
through to putting the money in the bank!"