Being resourceful and frugal doesn’t just apply to interior design. When staging a home to sell, be careful about spending money.
Don’t risk losing buyers because of little things you overlook. Check these off your list before you open the front door.
The New Year is a great time to purge and organize, especially if you’re putting a home on the market. A budget-friendly way to prepare a home for sale is to organize it, a difficult task for some homeowners. Getting a handle on your mess will help you gain valuable square footage and properly show off all of your home’s positive features. So get ready to roll up those sleeves and tackle the top five items to keep organized while on the market.
Many homeowners won’t even consider listing their home, because they can’t afford extensive remodeling to get it ready for sale. But sometimes it’s not the major renovations that buyers notice. Consider this checklist of cheaper to-do’s before hanging that for-sale sign.
Once you’ve decluttered, depersonalized and arranged your furniture you’re ready to start showing your home. But how do you maintain a staged home and keep it in show-ready condition for buyers at all times?
Preparing a home for sale can be a daunting task for homeowners who have limited time and resources to get the job done. Use this guide to tackle the rooms buyers care about the most and get your home ready to sell.
As you begin to prepare your home for sale, staging every square inch of your home can seem like a challenge, especially if you’re concerned about your budget and time. By focusing first on the most important areas to stage for a home sale you can impress buyers and maximize your budget while keeping your expenses down.
By overcoming these home staging myths you can make your home more appealing to buyers, which will help you sell faster and closer to the price you want.
While there’s no quick way to thoroughly deep clean your home, following these simple tips and taking a few small steps to regularly tidy up your space will help make spring cleaning a cinch.
Ethan Roberts is a real estate writer, editor and investor. He’s a frequent contributor to InvestorPlace.com, and his work has been featured on Money.msn.com and Reuters.com. He’s been investing in real estate since 1995 and has been a Realtor since 1998. He also teaches classes on investing in residential real estate. Whether your goal is […]