Add Some Chocolate To That Palo Alto Barron Park Home You Are Selling

Real Estate Agent with eXp Realty of California Silicon Valley Probate, Trust, and Investment Sales B.R.E. 01191194

Selling a Barron Park Home

Selling a Home in Barron Park I am often asked, "What can I do to make my Selling a home in Barron Park  really stand out when I am selling it. My answer is "Easy, add chocolate." Now I am not talking the delicious kind from Her Coconess that you can get at the Palo Alto Farmer's market, although I would recommend serving that at your open houses. 

I am talking about chocolate bark for the lawn. It is a common joke around Palo Alto that you can tell when a Selling a home in Barron Park when the redwood chip bark goes on the front lawn. Well, my suggestion is forget the redwood bark and use chocolate bark. It is gorgeous and really does make a house pop!

The first impression a buyer gets when driving up to a Selling a home in Barron Park is crucial. You want to take their breath away, even if you only have a 1000 square foot ranch house built in 1952 with last updates done in the 70's. The outside should make someone say, "I want to live here."

Chocolate bark is rich and if someone is going to pay $1,800,000 for your home you need to look rich. Yes it true that most Selling a home in Barron Park will get multiple offers and the market will dictate what your Selling a home in Barron Park, but you don't want to turn off any potential group of buyers.

The builders may tear your home down, some individual may tear your home down, or someone may want to live in your home the way it is, or with only a few updates. In all three of those cases someone may live in the house for a year or more even if it is going to be torn down. The builder may rent it out during the year it takes to get permits and approvals. The owner builder may live there while waiting for permits and approvals. And finally it may be the home some real people buy to live in. All of those occupants deserve the emotional appeal that chocolate bark gives.

So when you are selling your home in Barron Park, be generous with the chocolate and it will pay big dividends.

If you have any questions about selling a home in Barron Park please feel free to contact me.

Marcy Moyer

Keller Williams Realty Palo Alto

Cal BRE 01191194

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Marcy Moyer eXp Realty of California  Specializing in Probate and Trust Sales, and Rental Investment Properties



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Les & Sarah Oswald
Realty One Group - Eastvale, CA
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Curb appeal is so essential when one is trying to sell a house. Buyers usually makes their decision in the first 60 seconds. Chocolate barks will help improve the odds.

Oct 21, 2013 02:20 PM #1
Alan Kirkpatrick
Austin Texas Homes - Round Rock, TX
Alan in Austin

Curb appeal is key and this looks good. Hope you have a wonderful week. 

Oct 21, 2013 02:29 PM #2
David Saks
(retired) - Memphis, TN

Thank you for sharing this great information. Hopes for your continued success.

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