When you’re selling your home it should speak for itself. Does it convey quality and warmth? Does it spark desire in a potential home buyer? Or does your home have another story to tell. “Take me as I am. I’m not pretentious. My real friends love me, warts and all.” Uhhhh, no.
A great first impression is your silent salesperson. Make no mistake, it’s called a real estate ‘market’ for a reason. Home buyers will compare your home to the competition. If you want to get top dollar, you better have something more than ‘price’ to sell. The condition of your home and the pride that it conveys can mean the difference between a quick sale, or a lengthy drawn out process.
Most importantly, YOU can control this part of the home selling process. If you put in the work, and spend a few bucks, you will increase your chances for success.Continue Reading