This is a great time for home sales. How much more attractive would your home look to buyers, if a few improvements were made that didn’t break the bank? Imagine the great feeling of knowing that a few right moves could expedite your sale.
The following are some important steps that can take you there:
Upgrade your kitchen’s shine factor.
Instead of redesigning the entire kitchen to make it look great, simple touches like new hardware on cabinets, a new sink, paint touch-ups, and a selective choice of new appliances can do the trick.
Give bathrooms a fresher look.
The way a bathroom looks and feels is extremely important to certain buyers. Consider replacing grout and tiles as an alternative to upgrading tubs, showers, and sinks. Replacing fixtures and deep-cleaning/shining up the entire space will make a big difference in the way buyers look at the room.
Spruce up your yard and outdoor areas.
A little curb appeal goes a long way. Manicuring the lawn, trimming hedges and greenery, even planting some new flowers can make a world of difference. Buyers notice how they feel at first glance, and enhanced curb appeal will make a great initial impression.
Bring on the light.
Walk through your home during broad daylight hours, and notice the quality of natural light flowing into your home. Consider changing window dressings to invite more sunlight; this makes a home feel warmer and more welcoming. Clean windows and windowsills thoroughly; touch up paint around windows. Replace worn light fixtures, to bring a brighter feel to all rooms.
Redesign your closets and storage spaces, for the greater good.
Many buyers have concerns about closet and storage space. They may prefer if this was all organized in advance for them. Consider how you may make some closet enhancements yourself for a reasonable sum or, hire an expert. The investment may be well worth it.