When presenting your home to prospective buyers, first impressions are crucial. Depending on the condition of your home there are three kinds of improvements that will impress buyers and help you sell for top market value: renovations, upgrades and repairs, re-organization, and maintenance.
Even a minor facelift – for instance, new paint, floor covering, cabinet doors and hardware – can pay off in a faster sale at a better price.
Opt for good lighting, large mirrors, attractive fixtures, and materials. Plenty of storage in neutral colors.
When considering renovations in anticipation of selling, there are two important rules: don’t over-renovate, and be careful not to make renovations which please you personally, but which might turn off otherwise interested buyers.
Re-organization and maintenance- The obvious that needs doing:
Similar to necessary repairs, basic reorganization and maintenance tasks are "must-dos". While buyers might not notice such work when it’s done, they’re sure to notice when it isn’t. This impression of neglect will make it more difficult for them to comfortably project themselves into your home’s living space.
A few words about clutter...
For most buyers, cluttered homes tend to appear smaller. Clutter-free homes generally seem brighter, more open and spacious. Additionally, clutter-free homes can make it easier for buyers to visualize their own interior design ideas, as well as the placement of all their belongings.
While you may have many beautiful and meaningful belongings, they might make it more difficult for you to sell and cost you thousands of dollars when you do. Be sure to consult a REALTOR in this regard.
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