Hooray! You’ve listed your home for sale, endured countless showings and open houses, have negotiated an offer from a buyer, and are now officially under contract – congrats! Time to relax! Well…not quite. Alas, there is still lots of work to be done, but you are so close to the finish line!
As 2022 winds down, homeowners may start thinking about preparing their home for sale in the spring or perhaps just taking on some remodeling projects. Before committing to any home reno project, take some time to read up on what homeowners and buyers are looking for as we head into 2023!
As the colder and drearier days of winter start settling in, homeowners will often start spending more time in their homes. This is also the time that they start realizing that their home is in dire need of some TLC to spruce it up, especially if they want to sell in the spring. As a homeowner, you might be thinking that you’ll wait until the spring to start making improvements to your home – but wait! There are plenty of projects you can take on in the winter months as well! We did the research for you, and have come up with a list of suggestions.
As we head into the holiday months, we are often asked by our
sellers whether they can still decorate their homes for the holidays, even after decluttering and
depersonalizing their spaces. Following are some great suggestions to help tackle this issue.
If you’re thinking of selling your home, your first thought is probably how you are going to tackle the long list of to-dos before officially sticking the “For Sale” sign in your yard. Here are suggestions for some very easy steps that can help you gain top dollar for your home.
Getting your home prepared to sell is imperative and can make all the difference in how quickly your home sells or how long it sits on the market. When buyers walk through your door, they want to see a clean, crisp home with limited furniture and personal items.