Tips to Get Your Home Ready to Sell
1. Make First Impressions a Lasting Impression
Before they even walk through the door, buyers are judging your home. Power wash the exterior, front entry, sidewalks, & driveway. Many people minimize the importance of the garage. Power wash the garage floor and clean the walls and if unsightly grease or dirt won’t come out, consider re-painting. Remove all junk and excess.
Buyers should feel warm, welcome and safe as they approach the front door. Make sure the front door is attractive with a new coat of paint or stain. Do some inexpensive upgrades, such as adding outdoor light fixtures, replacing the mailbox, or sprucing up the landscaping with some colorful flowers.