• August 28, 2018

Staging A House to Sell


Staging A House to Sell

Successful staging is key to making your property approachable to consumers who are looking to buy. To give your home, more appeal, there are actions to consider. Some of these actions you probably won’t be surprised to hear, while other selling strategies may require more thinking and effort on your part. For instance, it’s probably not unheard of to ensure your home is neat and tidy, but did you know that making your home appear somewhat lived in is one of the most viable strategies?

Make Your Home Looked Lived In 

When you are working on the staging process, stage your home with furniture, and don’t clear anything out. The reason this action is essential is that you always should be looking for ways to help buyers visualize what their future will look like after they purchase your home. If your home appears lived in (to a certain extent) than it will be easier for buyers to envision their future in that home and, have more appeal as a direct result.

Have Some Curb Appeal

Making sure your home’s interior is presentable might seem like common sense for most of the sellers out there but cleaning the exterior of the house is also a critical task that many overlook. If you think about it, the exterior of the house leaves a first impression. If the exterior of your home is poorly maintained, you might find it harder to close a sale in a reasonable amount of time. The amount of effort you put into your curb appeal is notable from the moment the buyers place their eyes on it; so, cleaning and maintaining the outside of your house should be one of your most significant priorities.

Make Your Home Look Family Friendly

Nothing says, “Welcome Home,” like a warm and inviting welcoming mat at your front door. Just because you are looking to sell your house doesn’t mean it’s not worth investing in its appearance. It is the little touch, like continuing to keep your porch lights on in the evening or placing potted plants next to the porch that will genuinely make a difference on how quickly your home sells.

Don’t Skimp on The Little Things

Your house deserves to be treated correctly, even as you feel the oncoming approach of your closing rapidly approaching. Don’t skimp on the small details. Clean your floors to an excellent smooth polish and get rid of all the clutter. It’s also worthwhile that your home’s style appeals to everyone. It may seem like a waste of time to put effort into thinking something as subjective as decoration when you are selling, but it can be useful depending on if you choose a style that is intended for buyers. Choose a style that has the potential to appeal to as many people as possible; this way the odds of you selling your home for the price you want are more stacked in your favor.

Stress is one of the largest concerns when selling a home. Staging, managing finances and documents, and simultaneously juggling the rest of your life can be completely draining. However, one thing is certain about selling your home: it’s a lot easier when you have a solid real estate agent to handle it. Remember, No-One Works Harder to Sell your Home more than Joe! Contact Joe today by calling 813-908-7293 or visit https://josephlewkowicz.com/