Tuesday, March 28, 2023 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
Selling a home can be a daunting process, and preparing it for sale can be overwhelming. However, staging your home can help you sell it quickly and at a higher price. Staging is the art of arranging and decorating your home in a way that makes it more appealing to potential buyers. In this blog, we'll discuss some tips for staging your home for a quick sale.
Declutter and Depersonalize:
The first step to staging your home is to declutter and depersonalize it. Remove all personal items, such as family photos, memorabilia, and collections. Potential buyers want to visualize themselves in the home, not feel like they're invading someone else's space.
Also, clear any clutter, including clothes, shoes, toys, and other items. Clutter can make your home appear smaller and messier, which is not appealing to potential buyers.
Deep Clean Your Home:
A clean home is an essential part of staging. Deep clean your home, including the floors, windows, bathrooms, and kitchen. Clean up any stain. ...
Thursday, March 2, 2023 / by Jennifer Haubner-Vories
Spring is Surely on its Way to the Tri-State Area!
Spring is coming & we know how excited you are to welcome the warm weather back into your lives, BUT that means rain showers & soggy grounds! So that leaves a few things for us to do before Spring comes & it's too late for us to prepare our home how we need to.
What Does That Mean for You?
What does this mean for you? We’re glad you asked!
It will mean something different depending on what kind of home you live in, the amenities your home has & how much you need to do based on your own life & living situation!
For example, if you live in a condo, your Spring prep will look different than someone that lives on a farm or a three-story home! This list is a broad-stroke list & does not include *everything* homeowners can prepare but a short get-started list. As always, if you have questions, or concerns, or need help getting these tasks checked off your Spring prep list, contact us. We’re here; ...