With home prices continuing to deliver double-digit increases, some are concerned we’re in a housing bubble like the one in 2006. However, a closer look at the market data indicates this is
5 Tips To Sell Your Home Faster
Dated: March 7 2018
Clear the Clutter
Decluttering is key to creating a pleasing environment! Help your prospective buyers create an image of their own future home by clearing away the chaos. Pay particular attention to the counters, tabletops and shelves. Remove collections. We know that you love your Disney collection, however a buyer needs to picture the home with their personal style.
Style Your Dining Table
Create an inviting atmosphere by setting your dining table. Staging helps buyers envision life in your home, be it a typical dinner after work, a family get together or a special occasion!
Paint Your Home
A coat of paint does wonders for your home and is probably one of the most cost effective ways to make your humble abode shine. Choose a whole house, neutral color that compliments its surroundings.
Boost Curb Appeal
The outside of your home is the first thing buyers are going to see. Sprucing up your yard is a must! This could mean mowing your lawn, planting some new flowers and cleaning the gutters. Make sure the front door is clean or freshly painted. Add a colorful plant or flower on the front porch!
Choose an Experienced RealtorChoosing a good realtor can make the process of selling a home smooth sailing! They’ll know how to properly price your home and market it correctly! An experienced Realtor will know how to negotiate for your best interest. At The Michelle Cantrell Group, we have over 25 years of real estate experience. Check out our agents here.
Michelle is a native of Southwest Missouri and has twenty-eight years of experience in selling real estate in the greater Springfield area! Michelle specializes in all price points, including new cons....
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