Six Ways to Maximize Your Home's Sale Price
De-clutter and de-personalize your home as much as possible. Renting a storage unit can be helpful here. Remove personal family photos and clear surfaces.
Each surface should have few items on it, usually no more than three. Organize closets and cabinets by removing unnecessary or seasonal items. This will help give buyers the impression of more room in the closets and cabinets and see past your items.
Stage Your Home
Appeal to a larger pool of buyers by allowing visitors to better visualize their items in your home. Staging can be done by a professional, or own your own. It will not only increase the sales price, but likely help it sell faster as well.
When replacing household items, consider energy saving alternatives such as window, HVAC, lighting etc. These energy-saving utilities can save you money and attract home buyers.
Make Budget Friendly Fixes
Clean carpets and floors, fresh paint and new faucets can go a long way to dressing up the house for sale
Fix the Flooring
Investing a little in updated flooring can produce big returns. If you've got blue carpet or a green vinyl bathroom floor, replacing them could mean a higher sales price.
Work with a Licensed Realtor
Studies show that the median home price for sellers who work with Realtors sell their home for up to an astonishing 24% more, and in less time than sellers who go the "For Sale By Owner" route.
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