How to Sell Your Pittsburgh PA Waterfront Home This Spring

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Real Estate Agent with EXP Realty LLC RS278531

How to Sell Your Pittsburgh PA Waterfront Home This Spring

 

As a seller, your goal is to make your home as attractive as possible to potential buyers looking for waterfront homes for sale in Pittsburgh PA. With the Spring selling season almost here, go a step further than spring cleaning and take some time to improve your home.

 

Here are some tips to help you sell your home fast this spring:

 

Spring cleaning your waterfront home for sale in Pittsburgh PA has never been this easy - just do these 5 steps!

 

1. Clean Up the Yard

Curb appeal is very important when it comes to selling your home. Pay close attention to your landscaping if you want to catch the attention of buyers of homes for sale in Pittsburgh PA. Make sure that your property looks stunning by pruning the bushes, mowing the lawn and weeding the flowerbeds. If you want to add a pop of color without shelling out a huge amount of money, you may plant some small flowers such as Spring daffodils or tulips to really brighten up your yard after the cold harsh winter.

 

2. Wash the Walls

Another spring cleaning tip that you should not pass up is washing your walls. Over time, grease, smoke and dust can stick to walls and make them look dingy. You may wash your walls using a general-purpose cleaner with hot water. Don’t forget to start at the top to avoid drips. Begin in a corner so that you wash one wall at the time. While cleaning, rinse your mop head frequently in clean, hot water. Be sure to avoid pressing too hard so that flat latex paint won’t absorb too much water and start to streak.

 

Prepare your waterfront home for sale in Pittsburgh PA for real estate's best season by following these these spring cleaning tips!

 

3. Deep Clean the Kitchen and Bath

How your kitchen and bathroom looks can either make or break the sale of your home. To impress buyers looking for Pittsburgh PA waterfront homes for sale, give these two rooms a deep clean. Start by wiping down or painting the cupboards. You should also clean the grout between tile and clear everything off the counters. Re-caulk your tubs, showers and sinks. Polishing the fixtures can also make a difference. Make sure no mold, mildew or soap scum is present.

 

4. Make your Home Smell Nice.

How your home smells will either attract buyers or disappoint them. There is nothing worse than strong odors either from pets or tobacco to completely deter potential buyers. Make sure your home smells fresh and clean to prevent the buyers simply turning and walking away. Check the drip tray underneath your refrigerator and wash out any standing water from defrosting. You may also boil lemon juice in your microwave then add it to your dishwasher to help eliminate bad smells. Another great tip is to run lemon peels in your garbage disposal to remove old food smells. Avoid using highly scented cleaning products before your open house because they suggest that there is something you are trying to cover up. Keep in mind that many people are sensitive to synthetic fragrances found in some cleaning and air freshening products. Using reed diffusers with a light scented oil is a great way to freshen a room without overpowering.

 

5. Do a Thorough Inspection

Conducting a thorough inspection of your home will help you steer clear of any unpleasant surprises during the sale process. Make sure to inspect your walls and floors for any sign of water damage. Then, check the plumbing for leaks. Ensure that your home is free of insects, rodents and other pests. See if there are any broken seals in your windows. If you find any problem, fix it at once. Don’t hesitate to ask for professional help if you can’t handle the task on your own.

 

Visit http://www.SoldByConnie.net/ for more helpful ideas and tips on home selling.

 

Call me, Connie Wolff at 412.980.8599 for all your real estate needs. As a trusted luxury REALTOR® with proven experience in buying and selling waterfront homes for sale in Pittsburgh PA, I provide all my clients expert solutions, one yard at a time.

Comments (1)

Barbara Todaro
RE/MAX Executive Realty - Retired - Franklin, MA
Previously Affiliated with The Todaro Team

Good morning, Connie Wolff anyone who has a waterfront home would be wise to contact Connie Wolff for guidance with the task of selling it.... that's the wise thing to do....it's too important a task to even think about listing with someone who is not well-versed with that task.... Connie Wolff is the one to call....

Mar 07, 2016 10:37 PM