Getting Your Home Ready To Sell

Try to create an exciting and saleable interior.

Think about the sensory selling tools that can improve each room. Pay attention to lighting keep it bright and cheery. Try to use neutral colors in decorating elements. Avoid unpleasant sounds and smells. Cleanliness is important. Take a walk around your home and pay attention to these areas.
  • The foyer is the first impression to the interior of your home. Make it warm and inviting.
  • The kitchen is a very important room in the house. It should be spotless.
  • Bathrooms have moved from being just utilitarian to being a retreat from today's busy lifestyle. Refresh, accessorize, and update if necessary.
  • Get organized. Clean up your clutter in storage areas such as basements, attics and all closets.

Curb Appeal

Make sure the exterior of your home looks its best. Take a good long look at the following areas of your home to see that these areas are clean and in good order. Check for needed repairs, repainting, or cleaning.
  • A clean street, sidewalk and driveway area.
  • Check the mailbox, light fixtures, and fencing
  • Clean or repaint the front door and front porch or landing area.
  • Trim your trees, shrubs and lawn, if necessary. Weed any beds in your garden.
  • Check your windows, house siding, gutters and downspouts
  • Are your roof, chimney, and flashing, in good shape?
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