Selling Your Home - How Will Buyers See Your Property?

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Real Estate Agent with Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty

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How Will Buyers See Your Property?

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It is important for a property to make the best possible impression on prospective buyers. The following can interfere with a buyer's appreciation of a property:

Exterior

  • Clutter

  • Lawn needs mowing and edging

  • Untrimmed hedges and shrubs

  • Dead and dying plants

  • Grease or oil spots on the driveway

  • Peeling paint

  • Anything that looks old or worn

Interior

  • Worn carpets and drapes

  • Soiled windows, kitchen, baths

  • Clutter

  • Pet and smoking odors

  • Peeling paint, smudges or marks on walls

A comparatively small investment in time, money and effort to remove these distractions can lead to stronger offers from buyers.

 

For assistance with any of your real estate needs, please contact me by email, phone or visit me at my office, whether it's to get started on helping you realize your goals and dreams, or just to ask a question - no pressure, no hassle, no obligation - just a friendly conversation. I would welcome the opportunity to make a difference for you.
 
Anthony Stokes Pereira

Phone: (845) 770-2188

Cell: (845) 538-07021
Fax: (845) 624-7134
 

 
 

If your house is currently listed with another broker this is not intended as a solicitation of that listing.This is intended to be informational only. Please be advised that real estate practices vary from state to state and market to market. The information contained herein does not constitute legal advice.

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