3 Key Strategies for Staging Your Home
Thursday - 1/17/2019 3:27 pm
Gayle King

Grab them at the curb.

You’ve seen them. Buyers hunkered low in their cars in front of your home, doing drive-bys before deciding whether to request a showing or attend an open house. Make these potential buyers fall in love with your home from the street by adding potted plants and flowers, power-washing patios and walkways, weeding the garden and mowing the lawn. How does the front door look, chipped paint, tarnished door hardware? Update the hardware, $30.00 goes a long way. It’s your first chance to make a good impression, so you’ve got to make it count.

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Make It Sparkle

Make your home a high-maintenance zone. Repair squeaky doors, chipped or smudged paint as well as broken fixtures and fittings that you’ve neglected. Remember dark colors make a room look smaller. You are “Selling Space”! Paint is the best bang for your buck that will quickly refresh a dull, dated room. Keep it neutral. Consult with a realtor, they have a paint chip for every decor.

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And finally Minimize, Minimize Minimize

When you sell you’re going to have to move and when you move you’re going to have to pack, so considering packing up a few things early. If you can live without it (including furniture), PACK IT!

Remember how you live in your home is not how we sell and market your home! Consult a realtor for expert advice on staging your home!

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Want more information and a free consultation on preparing your home for sale. Email me at Gayle@GayleOpensDoors.com