IN A BUYERS MARKET THE QUESTION IS IMPROVE OR LEAVE IT ALONE ? THE ANSWER GOES LIKE THIS.

By
Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX SOLUTIONS 9695882

When it comes to a buyer's market it is very essential to improve your home ,however the idea is to try to give your home a marketing edge, without overdoing it that is not overimproving it.

I think you would agree with me that the objective of improvements  you should make is not necessarily to give you a return on your money, but instead  such improvements should be generic, cosmetic improvements that actually enhance your home's functionality, efficiency and aesthetics which gives it all a contemporary feel.

A lot of times it may be simply cleaning up and removing cluther, a new coat of paint, putting a new carpet, even freshly manicured landscaping or even updating fixtures, even windows, doors and other nice touches will put your home in the best light for a quicker sale.

Oh! by the way i am never to busy for your referrals.  I hope you will enjoy this few tips.

Thanks to those who will find any portion useful for implementation in their own home.

Comments (2)

Thesa Chambers
Fred Real Estate Group - Bend, OR
Principal Broker - Licensed in Oregon
I say improve - you gotta be the best to pull the offer - pricing and having sparkle are tops here.
Apr 04, 2007 11:05 AM
Paul Anyanwu
RE/MAX SOLUTIONS - West Orange, NJ
CRS, SFR, Broker-Salesperson, Sales West Orange,NJ
Thanks Thesa Chambers I agree with you as well Bravo to you.
Apr 04, 2007 11:12 AM