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Home Loan Providers Share 5 Tips for Selling Your Home in the Winter February 7, 2018

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Home Loan Providers Share 5 Tips for Selling Your Home in the Winter, Colonie, New York

Selling your home can be an overwhelming process, and in the winter season, the cold weather and darker days can make the process even more complicated. Fortunately, there are some ways to prepare your home for potential buyers that can put you on the right side of the market. Home loan providers from Premium Mortgage Corporation in Rochester, NY, works with clients throughout the year to finalize mortgage loans and see firsthand what works and doesn't work in the industry. Here, loan officers share some tips to prepare your home for the winter selling season.

NY Home Loan Providers Offer 5 Tips for Prepping Your Home for Winter Selling

1. Shovel Sidewalk & Driveway

Home Loan ProvidersThe Northeast brings a lot of snow and sleet in the winter, so before every viewing, make sure your driveway and sidewalk are salted and shoveled. This will not only make the home safer to view, but it will also look better when a potential buyer is pulling up.

2. Turn on the Heat

If you're not living in the home while trying to sell it, make sure the heat is on before people arrive. If you are living there, keep it at a neutral temperature so viewers are comfortable while looking around.

3. Add in Some Lighting

Winter months bring shorter days, so by the time viewers show up, it might be dark outside. Add in extra lamps and switch up your light bulbs with soft white ones to make the space bright and feel more open. If it's daylight out during the showing, keep the blinds open.

4. Have Cozy Elements Throughout

If it's a cold and dark day for a viewing, make the home as cozy as possible to feel most like a potential home. Fluffy blankets, cozy rugs, even hanging soft bathrobes in the bathroom can make the space feel like home for viewers. Soft-smelling candles are a great touch as well.

5. Avoid Too Much Decor

The holidays are a great time to decorate, but be mindful that not every viewer will be the same religion as your family. Keep the decorations minimal and even consider removing some so that it's a comfortable setting for everyone. 

If you're looking for a mortgage loan or selling your home this year, visit the trusted home loan providers in Rochester, Buffalo, and Syracuse, NY, or Barre, VT. Whether you're in need of mortgage refinancing, looking for loan rates in your area, or want to learn more about home buying options, the expert loan officers at Premium Mortgage Corporation are able to help you through the entire process. To learn more, visit their website or call (585) 241-0000 to setup an appointment today.

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