If you decide to sell your home, you need to make a strong impression on the next potential buyer. You want to go for the “Wow Factor.”
- Make sure your home looks clean and uncluttered. You might want to put some items in storage, as some of my clients have done.
- Get any needed repairs done. Even things that you’ve gotten used to, like a squeaky backyard fence or dripping faucet will quickly get noticed by a home buyer.
- Make sure all your rooms are well lit. Natural light is best. You want everything to look bright and spacious.
- A well-groomed yard gets noticed. It increases curb appeal.
These tips aren’t particularly difficult or expensive to implement. Yet, in my experience selling homes, these little things can make a big difference in how quickly a home sells and for how much.