One of the first
things I will do before putting your house on the market is to prepare you and
your home for the process. I want to show your home in its best light to
maximize your potential.
buyers starting their search on line, curb appeal is more important than
ever. We want to do whatever we can to
get their attention. If it doesn’t
appeal from the curb, we will never get them inside to see all the beautiful
improvements you’ve made.
and/or clean the front door and shutters
flowering annual plants
and bushes neatly trimmed and walks edged
Welcome to My Home
I will tour
your home “through the eyes of a buyer”.
I’ll recommend eliminating clutter – countertops needs to be cleared to
appear larger. Closets and cupboards
should be organized – it’s a good time to make donations to a local
charity. I’ll point out furniture that
should be removed, rooms that should be painted and windows and fixtures that
need polishing. I will also recommend
removing family photos, refrigerator art, and brick-a-brack – we want the buyer
to be able to picture themselves relaxing in your great room and not studying
Setting the Stage
has become all the rage, thank you HGTV.
I’ll recommend some simple tricks that will enhance the features of your
home. Before your first showing or Open
House, there are a few simple tricks.
the curtains and turn on all the lights
the mood with background music
a pleasing aroma in every room
kids clutter from sidewalks and patios
impressions are very important, and you only get to make one. As your real estate professional, who is
interacting in the marketplace every day, I can assist you in approaching your
property from the buyer’s standpoint.