Whether you are settling into your new home or maybe hoping to decorate your home differently in order to help the sale of it, these 10 tips are sure to help you do just that. Looks
can make all the difference in how you or a potential buyer actually FEEL about
the home. Home is a place incredibly tied in with emotions and in order to sell
yours, you want to make it as comfortable as possible to those touring
You’ve decided to sell your
home, and you want to get top dollar for it. And you’ve seen TV shows where
homeowners spend thousands of dollars staging their homes for sale, but there’s
an important detail to consider: You don’t have thousands and thousands to
spend.The good news is there are many things you can do to spruce up the look of
your home without shelling out a lot of money.
“Updating isn’t as
expensive as it used to be,” says Lori Matzke, author of “Home
Staging: Creating Buyer-Friendly Rooms to Sell Your House” and a home
staging expert in Minneapolis who teaches workshops nationwide. “There’s a
lot of DIY information out there.”
First impressions matter,
and that’s why you want to start by making sure your home exudes curb appeal.
Go all out with small do-it-yourself projects. Cut the grass, trim the bushes,
get rid of dead branches and consider planting some flowers. Replacing the
mailbox and house numbers and painting the front door can also make your home
more appealing to a prospective buyer driving by. If the house looks dirty,
wash the siding or stucco.
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