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You have set your price and now it’s time to prepare your home for buyer walk-throughs. The condition of your home is equally as important as the price when it comes to completing a successful sale. It’s not necessary to put your home in perfect showroom condition, but it makes sense to take the time to de-clutter and clean up your home, so that your house makes a great first impression. A potential buyer will typically only spend 15-30 minutes viewing your home, so making a good first impression can be the key to that person making an offer. Your Rock Properties agent can offer thoughtful suggestions regarding the preparation and staging of your home prior to placing it on the market. This is the step that can take the longest but it’s important to take the time to thoroughly clean your home and remove any unnecessary clutter, so that potential buyers can see the very best version of your home. Remember that first impressions will be lasting impressions.
You want to sell your home, and you want to get the most for it that you can. To prepare your home, you should look at your home from the perspective of a buyer. Start by, walking through your home like you’ve never been there before, and make notes any blemishes that you see. Make sure that everything has been cleaned, walls touched up and painted as needed, shampoo any carpets and wax hardwood floors. Make your home a blank canvas, by putting away as many personal items as possible so that the potential buyer can envision it for themselves. Remove unnecessarily large furniture that is not conducive to the visual appeal to create clear pathways so that your home feels more spacious. If you’re thinking of selling your house, call Rock Properties at 512-850-4510 to learn how we can assist you in getting the most that you can for your house. You can also click on the button below to send us a message. We look forward to helping you. Here are some simple tips that will help you prepare your home for sale and attract buyers.
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