So, you’ve been thinking of selling your home. Before you put your home on the market, you’ll want to boost its value as much as possible. Today, I’ll be sharing some tried-and-true tips for increasing the value of your listing.
1. Get rid of the clutter. Before you list, make your home as spacious as possible. When buyers walk into your house, it should either appear like a museum or a hotel—exquisite and depersonalized.
2. Give your walls a fresh coat of paint. In many cases, a fresh, neutral coat of paint will bring you incredible returns.
"The key to increasing the value of your home isn’t making the property “good enough,” it’s finding ways to make the buyer fall in love."
3. Update a few appliances. You don’t need to remodel your entire kitchen. A few appliance updates will go a long way. Here’s the truth: When a buyer looks at a property, they fall in love with the little things, like the washing machine or hardwood floors. If a buyer finds something they love about your home, they’ll ignore the things they don’t.
The key to increasing the value of your home isn’t making the property “good enough,” it’s finding ways to make the buyer fall in love. As a helpful hint, these features tend to be found in the kitchen or bathrooms. When you can focus on making the buyer fall in love, you will create a lot of value in your property.
If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.