3 Updates for Selling a Home
If a move is in sight and the current house needs to be sold, don’t panic if it needs a lot of work. Whether buying or selling, the entire real estate process is overwhelming. Of all the projects that need to be done, tackle the ones that are most likely to get the house sold more quickly. Take a deep breath and a look around. It’s really not so bad!
New flooring can make a dramatic change in an outdated home. Update worn-out carpet or old linoleum with beautiful new hardwood floors. When all the flooring in the home matches, it is more pleasing to the eye. The Provenza heirloom collection is a timeless choice that will transform the house from dated to jaw-dropping.
One of the cheapest ways to make a huge change is a can of paint. Tape off the molding, doors and windows and give the walls a good cleaning with mild soap and water. Once they’re clean and dry, give them a fresh new coat of paint. The brightness and overall clean feeling will make the space feel brand new.
Though costly, new appliances make a world of difference in an otherwise boring kitchen. New sets ensure that the appliances are in good working condition, and might still be under warranty. Plus, buyers love to see matching sets.
Nothing turns off a potential buyer more than seeing garbage and clutter in every nook of the home. Go through and purge personal items, and give the house a thorough cleaning. Make it presentable for someone who may one day call it theirs. First impressions really do matter.
It’s downright scary to sell a home, especially when there is a lot of work to be done. Prioritizing the right projects can give a home fresh appeal and new life. And, in the process, attract the right buyer.