Last week, we reviewed five things that prospective homebuyers hate to see in a home for sale. Because that was only half of the list, it seemed fitting to include the other five deplorables in the following article. The previous article covered the woes of dirt and grime, the presence of pets, current owners, and clutter, as well as dank bathrooms and kitchen. This article will focus on other stylistic choices plus the home’s exterior.
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Selling a home can take a substantial amount of effort. If you do the work, though, you can reap the best results. While there are steps to take to prepare your home for a sale, also be aware of what your potential homebuyers will hate. In other words, know what aspects of the home to target so your house is ready to wow and welcome its next owner.
We all know that apartments don’t give you the same space as a house and space in most apartments aren’t that spacious themselves. You have to work with what you get and there are many ways to broaden the space you’re given no matter the size of your apartment.
While selling your new home is an exciting new beginning for you and your family, you should also make the most out of selling your current home. Before you place your house on the market, you may need to make some minor home improvements and updates to increase its value, such as modern fixtures, updated appliances, or new flooring. If you are thinking of selling your home in the near future, but are unsure with where to start on your updates, consider these three update hot spots in your home that may need a little TLC before your house hits the market. (more…)
As you prepare to list your home, it is only natural to focus on the interior. With this, you may find yourself spending time updating rooms, painting, or installing new floors and light fixtures. While a great interior is the ultimate selling point of your home, the exterior is equally as important, as it is the basis of your potential buyer’s first impression when they arrive. If you are preparing to sell your home in the near future, consider these ways in which your outdoor space plays a key role in the process of listing your home. (more…)
Selling a home can be a challenging process for anyone. However for a first-time home seller, it can be an especially difficult process of tailoring your home to meet the needs and design preferences of a potential buyer. If you are a first-time home seller in the process of staging your home, consider these 10 simple staging tips to make your home stand out. (more…)
2017 was a fantastic year for residential sales, and 2018 is shaping up to be even better. If you are planning on putting your home on the market this year or looking to purchase a home of your own, below are five reasons why 2018 is going to be the best year to sell your property.
Putting your beloved home on the market can be extremely stressful, especially in today’s climate. Week after week of showings requires your house to be presentable always, plaguing you with the hassle of leaving at a moment’s notice. In fact, when you have pets or children, that stress is multiplied. But, buyers will be most interested in your home the first few weeks it’s on the market, so you need to hit the ground running and sell before your listing grows stale. The first thing your potential buyers are going to notice is your exterior and landscape- does your home have attractive curb appeal? If not, then it’s the perfect place to start as we divulge the very best kept secrets for the quick sale of your home. (more…)
Stuck with noisy neighbors upstairs? Ready to move out of Mom and Dad’s basement? Whatever the case may be, purchasing your first home is surely a new experience and can be highly overwhelming. In fact, although most people associate homes with white picket fences and granite countertops, there is a lot more to consider as you embark on the house hunting journey for your very first home. As a result, there is a ton of serious consideration that you need to make when it comes to purchasing that very first home of yours. While it can be easy to get lost in the dream of what owning a home looks like, the reality is that it can be expensive. Here are some helpful tips for every first-home buyer to follow so that they are not stuck with a beautiful home that they just can’t afford! (more…)
As you go through the process of buying a home, you are concerned about tons of different things including securing your mortgage, getting necessary repairs made, and whether or not your children will be able to get rid of any of their toys before it’s time to pack them up. Title insurance can feel like another thing to add to the list, but it plays a crucial role in protecting you during the home buying process. What exactly is title insurance and how can it protect you? (more…)