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Three Tips for Sellers that Don’t Cost a Dime!

There’s no doubt that selling a house can be stressful. Occasionally the “to-do” list

to prepare your home for the market seems overwhelming and often costly. But

there are simple, inexpensive things you can do to help your house sell faster. Let’s

explore three easy and affordable (mostly FREE!) ways to increase the appeal of

your home to potential buyers.

Declutter and Organize

One of the simplest things you can do to help your house sell faster is to declutter and organize your living spaces. A cluttered and messy home can be a major turnoff to potential buyers, as it can make it difficult to envision themselves living in the space. By decluttering and organizing your home, it feels more spacious and inviting.

Start by getting rid of any items you no longer need or use. Donate, sell, or discard

items that are taking up space and making your home feel crowded. Once you’ve

decluttered, focus on organizing your remaining belongings. Buyers spend more

time exploring tidy, inviting homes.

Clean and Freshen Up

Another easy and affordable way to increase the appeal of your home to potential buyers is to clean and freshen up your living spaces. A clean and fresh-smelling home can make a great first impression on potential buyers.

Start by deep cleaning your home, including scrubbing floors, walls, and

bathrooms. Make sure to pay special attention to areas that may accumulate dirt

and grime over time, such as baseboards and windowsills. Invite a trusted friend to

do a “nose-test” of your home to be sure it smells as great as it looks! Once you’ve

cleaned your home, consider adding some fresh touches, such as new towels or a

vase of fresh flowers.

Add Some Curb Appeal

First impressions matter, and the exterior of your home is the first thing potential buyers will see. Adding some curb appeal to your home can help make a positive first impression and increase its appeal to potential buyers.

Start by making sure your lawn is mowed and any weeds are removed. Consider adding some colorful flowers or plants to your front yard to create a welcoming feel. If your home’s exterior is looking a little tired, consider giving it a fresh coat of paint or power-washing the siding. New, modern house numbers or a brightly

painted front door are also great additions that don’t break the bank.

As your Realtor, I am ready to guide you through the process of preparing your

home for the market. I can manage projects or vendors for larger improvements

and my hand black book of industry professionals assures that the job gets done


Give me a call to learn more. 925.360.3261

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