There’s a lot of stuff in your home that you don’t think twice about because you’re so used to seeing it. This means that when you’re trying to sell your home, you might miss little details that can be a turn-off to potential buyers. You should be on the lookout for the following.
You want potential buyers to notice the architecture of the rooms rather than what fills them. Keep only the items and furniture that emphasize a room’s function and store everything else in a storage unit. However, don’t empty the rooms completely, as this can make them seem cold and unwelcoming.
Painting a room black or neon pink might have made sense at the time, but if you really want your home to stand out, you should paint over with neutral colors.
When people walk through homes that are for sale, part of the experience is imaging themselves living in that space. You might want to remove pictures of family members and anything that reflects your political, religious or aesthetic preferences, such as books or artwork.
Since the first thing potential buyers are going to see is the exterior, you should kick things off on the right foot by diving into some maintenance. Keep the yard clear and trimmed and fix any broken shingles or shutters. If your siding needs work exterior painting Boston can make your home look like a cozy cottage instead of the local haunted house.
Be mindful of everywhere you touch, as over time the wear and grit builds up. Wash your windows and polish your metallic and reflective surfaces. Scrub the grime off light switches and knobs so they both look nice and feel clean to the touch.
You fell in love with this house, and so will someone else. By putting in a little work, buyers will see all the perks instead of focus on the flaws.