If you’re looking to sell your home, you should first look into ways to increase your home’s value to get the biggest bang for your buck! Let’s walk through our top 5 tips on how you can achieve this:
1) Paint Your Walls Neutral Colors
Prior to selling your home, make sure that your walls get a fresh coat of neutral-colored paint! It could be white, grey, beige, or light brown! Neutral colored walls give potential home buyers a creative blank slate. It’s the perfect base that will allow them to make the home anything they want it to be, and possibly save them from changing the wall colors themselves.
2) Minimize your Funiture
Space is a big selling point for potential buyers. In order to create the look of a bigger home, reduce the amount of furniture you have. This will create the illusions of a bigger floor plan and make your home look double its size!
3) Update Hardware
Prior to selling your home, consider giving your hardware a makeover! Update old kitchen appliances to stainless steel and incorporate modern and fresh lighting fixtures. If you’re on a fixed budget, check out your local flea markets and antique stores where you can find used hardware such as door handles and cabinet knobs that you can freshly paint yourself! Potential buyers will appreciate the updates and you’ll be amazed at how much it will increase your home’s value!
4) Enhance Curb Appeal
First impressions matter. The front of your home is what all potential buyers will notice first, so make sure that you are keeping it well maintained. This includes keeping your grass cut, fixing cracks in your driveway or front sidewalk, giving your front door a fresh coat of paint, and more!
5) Utilize Greenery
Plants, flowers, and succulents not only add a touch of color to your home, but they also create a warm and inviting environment. Whether you’re having an open house for your home or you’re doing a 3D tour, make sure to show off your plants to give potential buyers a good feeling about buying your home!
Looking to sell your home in the near future? Contact us today! We would be honored to have the opportunity to work with you.