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7 Tips To Prepare Your Home For Sale

By Edited Jul 8, 2014 1 1

7 Tips To Prepare Your Home For Sale

Tips You Should Follow.

Every home owner wants her home to find sell fast and bring a lot of money. Does that sound good for you? Well, it isn't luck which makes that happen. It's meticulous organizing and knowing how to professionally spruce up your homes for sale that will send home buyers scurrying for his or her checkbooks. This is the way to prep a house and change it into an impressive and valuable home.

1. Think It For Sale

* Say to yourself, "This isn't my home; it is a house -- an item to become sold much like a box of cereal about the grocery store shelf.
* Result in the mental decision to "let go" of the emotions and concentrate concerning the proven fact that soon this house will no longer come.
* Picture yourself handing inside the keys and envelopes containing appliance warranties for the new owners!
* Leave behind every room.
* Don't look backwards -- look toward the near future.

2. Remove Your Personalization.

Pack up those personal photographs and family heirlooms. Buyers can't see past personal artifacts, and you also do not want these phones be distracted. You need buyers to assume their very own photos about the walls, plus they can't do that if yours exist! You won't want to make any buyer ask, "I wonder what type of people live in this home?" You need buyers to express, "I can see myself living here."

3. Change Bedroom Closets and Cabinets.

Buyers like to snoop and will open closet and cabinet doors. Imagine that the message it sends if items fall out! Imagine this type of buyer believes in regards to you if she sees everything organized. It says you almost certainly take good care in the remaining house as well.

4. Rent a Storage Unit.

Nearly every home shows better with less furniture. Remove furniture pieces that block or hamper paths and walkways and set them saved in storage.

5. Remove/Replace Favorite Items.

If you want to capture window coverings, built-in appliances or fixtures along with you, remove them now. If the chandelier inside the living space once belonged for the great grandmother, remove it. If your buyer never sees it, she won't want to buy. Once you tell a buyer she can't include an item, she'll covet it, plus it could blow your deal. Pack those items and replace them, if neccessary.

6. Make Minor Repairs.

Replace cracked floor or counter tiles, patch holes in walls. Fix leaky faucets. doors that do not close properly and kitchen drawers that jam.

7. Result in the House Sparkle!

Wash windows outside and inside. Rent a power washer and spray down sidewalks and exterior. Cleanse cobwebs re-caulk tubs, showers and sinks. Polish chrome sinks and mirrors.



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Feb 9, 2011 1:13pm
Deborah-Diane
Great advice for selling a home!
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