Simple Ways to Maximize Your Home Value

August 9, 2019

It’s time for you to sell your home and you want to get the best price you can on the sale. Luckily, you don’t need to make significant upgrades on every part of your home to maximize its value. Here are a few things you can do to make sure you make as much as you can on your home sale.

Clean and Declutter 

As a buyer, one of the biggest turnoffs when looking at a potential home is walking into a home that feels cluttered and dirty. Cleaning your home before people come to view it is a no-brainer. You want buyers to notice the beautiful aspects of your home and not get distracted by uncleanliness. 

Staging Your Home

You want to make sure your home looks as appealing as possible when potential buyers come through. There are many ways to stage your home to make it looks great. You could remove some furniture to make your home appear bigger, place your furniture away from the walls, open the blinds to let in natural light or add some flowers. These simple tricks are an easy way to make your home more attractive with minimal or no cost.

Curb Appeal

Now that you’ve staged your home on the inside, it is time improve the exterior. The exterior is the first thing buyers are going to see when they arrive for their tour. Do the simple things like mow the lawn and clean your windows. You could also give your front door a fresh coat of paint. These little things are sure to improve the curb appeal of your home.

Refine the Flaws

Your house does not need to be in perfect condition to sell at a great price. However, the little things like replacing missing or damaged roof tiles, fixing nicks and painting dirty walls or re-sodding your lawn will go a long way in maximizing your homes value.

We have plenty of real estate agents in your area that would love to help you sell your home. Visit our website today to find a realtor near you!

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