Think twice before putting your house up for sale in its current condition. Home buyers are on the lookout for even the slightest inefficiencies, which means your property could be on the market for a while, forcing you to slash the price considerably to make a sale. Apart from investing in major repairs, follow the below advice to make your property more appealing to house hunters.
How to Make Your Property More Attractive to Home Buyers
1. Invest in a Deep Cleaning
Even if your home is structurally sound and passes a home inspection, dingy, dust-covered surfaces will leave a bad first impression. It will be difficult for home buyers to envision themselves in a dirty space, so make sure it’s spotless for each walk-through. This should include hiring professionals to shampoo stained carpeting, reseal hardwood flooring, wash windows, clean the inside and outside of appliances, and dust built-in fixtures.
2. Get Rid of Clutter
Apart from removing grime, you should also make an effort to organize the house. Getting rid of junk cluttering rooms, closets, the garage, and attic will make the space look larger. It will also make it easier for home buyers to inspect each area. Removing unwanted items now will make the process of packing less time-consuming later, too.
3. Enhance the Curb Appeal
A yard beautification project should also be high on the priority list. This will make the property more eye-catching to anyone who walks or drives by the house who’s in the market for a new home. Installing a privacy fence, planting a flower bed, and applying a fresh coat of paint to siding are a few ways to make the property facade stand out.
For help selling a home quickly, contact Amber Lube, Keller Williams Realty Concord/Kannapolis in North Carolina. The Realtors® are well-versed in the area’s housing market and current trends with home buyers. They will use this knowledge to ensure you get a great offer on your property. To schedule a consultation, contact Leaurel Lube at (704) 467-0685 or send her an email. Amber Lube also responds quickly to emails, or you can give the real estate agent a call at (704) 577-5966. You can also learn more about the professionals on the company website and become a Facebook fan for home selling and buying advice.