Put your best foot forward when selling your home. Here are a few helpful tips that may improve your home’s value before selling.
1. Temporarily remove outdated furniture
Although it may be important to you, at some point it becomes a distraction to your home. Temporarily removing your dated furniture can help rooms appear larger by simplifying the space. This can indirectly increase the perceived value of your home.
Hint: More is not better when it comes to furniture. Avoid overcrowding your room with too many furniture pieces or decor items, it can make the room feel smaller.
2. Update light fixtures
Old light fixtures can change the look of the spaces in your home. It’s important to updated outdated lights with vibrant bright lights that illuminate the space and create an ambiance that correlates with the color pallet and mood of each room.
3. Add some texture
Enhance your walls with narrow strips of molding called “picture framing”. This can give your walls a luxurious look and feel, while enhancing the rooms symmetry and perceived cleanliness.
4. Add a backsplash
Add a backsplash in your kitchen and bathrooms. Use that accent to tie in other accent items in the room, such as plant holders, decorative dishes, etc.
5. Amp up your entry
Spend some time enhance your walkway and exterior entrance to your home. This will dramatically increase your homes curb appeal.
As always, each home and selling situation is unique. Consult your Realtor to come up with the best plan for your needs and work together to prepare your home for selling. Have a question, contact Austin today!
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Austin Solomon, Realtor | Coldwell Banker Action, Schofield, WI