Stuck inside? Now is the perfect time to start preparing to list your home for sale! Minor improvements can end up making a huge difference when it comes to impressing potential buyers. Although the idea of decluttering and reorganizing can seem daunting to some, you will be happy in the end when you sell your home quickly.
5 Ways to Prepare to Sell Your Home
If you are starting to get distracted by unnecessary clutter in your home, it is very likely that potential buyers will also get distracted. Donate unwanted clothing, extra furniture or miscellaneous goods. It isn’t Spring without Spring cleaning!
- Make Minor Improvements
Think updated light fixtures, a fresh coat of paint or replacing your stained carpeting. These minor improvements can completely change the marketability of your home.
- Fix Anything Broken
Use this time to make sure everything in your home is working properly. Whether you need to replace old light bulbs or fix the screen door that leads to your terrace, buyers are looking to purchase a home that has been well-maintained.
- Let Natural Light in
Raise your blinds and open your curtains! Lots of natural light will make your home feel bright and cheery, and it will look great in photographs that will be posted online.
- Find a Listing Agent
Allan Domb Real Estate has been selling homes in Center City Philadelphia for almost 40 years. In that time, we have sold more luxury condominiums than any other REALTOR®. Over the years, we have added the sale of high-end townhomes to our areas of expertise. The number one goal of our team of experienced marketers and sales professionals is to achieve the highest price possible in the shortest amount of time. To do this, we create and execute on a marketing plan specific to your property, qualify potential buyers, negotiate your best interest, and coordinate every step of the transaction through settlement.
If you would like to learn more about listing your home for sale with Allan Domb Real Estate, please fill out this form on our website or email us at email@example.com.