When thinking about selling your home, your home needs to be at it's best. A good first impression can make or break what a buyer offers on a home. Additionally, you are influencing the buyer emotionally and visually.
If a home has a bad first impression, it can discourage a potential buyer. It is a good idea to wait until your home is completely fixed up before you show it to any buyers. If the buyer has a negative impression of your home, it leaves them to feel that they can negotiate at a lower price.
When thinking about fixing up your home, view your home from the eyes of a buyer.
*Is your landscape maintained and in good condition?
*Is your front yard clean and free of trash and toys?
*Does the exterior or interior need a new coat of paint?
*Does your carpet have stains and need cleaning or replaced?
These are a few items that can be addressed and make a difference in a home selling or sitting on the market.