When a potential buyer comes to view your home, they want to imagine themselves in it. Try to condense a third of your belongings by putting them in storage. This includes family photos, memorabilia collections and personal keepsakes. Arrange your furniture to best showcase the floor plan and maximize the use of space.
Everyone enjoys a bright and inviting space. You can brighten your home by pulling back drapes and increasing the wattage in your light bulbs. You can also consider a fresh coat of light colored interior paint.
It's all about first impressions! Potential buyers will judge a home before they step inside. Remove overgrown bushes and tree limbs to accentuate the architecture. Add some inexpensive shrubs and brightly colored flowers to the front of the home to make it feel more inviting.
Every buyer is looking for storage, and they can't get enough of it! Take half of your belongings out of your closets then neatly organize what’s left. Buyers will look in closets and cabinets, so be sure to keep them all clean and tidy.
The kitchen as you know is Grand Central Station! The quickest and most inexpensive updates include painting and new cabinet hardware. Neutral-color paint gives buyers a way to envision their own style and updating your light fixtures will add more interest.