We want attention getters! We want that wow, I love it first impression. So lets go after it in details. Whatever your to-do list might be now is the time to complete it. Clean, patch, paint, leaky faucets, replace light bulbs, fresh textiles, empty garbage, alphabetize spice jars, line up shoes in the closets, organize your garage in designated areas. And don't forget the yard. This may sound extreme but believe me it works. A well organized home sells. I tells the buyer it was loved and cared for therefore he is buying a home that is sure to please him and his family. Some inexpensive extras are bowl of lemons, fresh flowers, pillows, and throws.
"Dress Your Home For Success"
United Real Estate Horizon - Warrenton, VA
Naomi, we have found that having a 'staging' consultant on board is a strong selling point to potential clients. It allows for a fresh perspective when walking through the house. Our clients are most appreciative and anticipate our findings. We have found our clients very receptive to our suggestions and afterall we are trying to create a win-win situation for everyone. You've got a great point about dressing your home for success. Thanks for sharing.
Team Loni Marketing Assistant, Dawn Porter
Jun 19, 2007 06:06 AM
MavRealty - Phoenix, AZ
PC -GRI, ABR, CDPE, RSPS, ePro - Designated Broker
We could not agree more! A well-cared for home puts potential buyers at ease EVERY TIME!
Jun 19, 2007 06:16 AM
RE/MAX Rewards - Columbia, MD
Howard Co. Real Estate Scoop
Can you blog about curb appeal -and how to do it inexpensively?
Jun 19, 2007 06:27 AM
Community Association Manager - Indianapolis, IN
Hey, every listed home needs to dress for success. Do you sell that in a bottle? All we need to do is convince our clients of this fact.
Jun 19, 2007 06:40 AM
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