When it comes to selling your house, it’s important to get everything as close to perfect as possible before showing off the house. Not only will this let potential home buyers see the property at its best, but it will also help to justify a higher cost than a messy house might.
Not all upgrades are created equal—some will add definite value to your home, while you may not recoup the full costs of others. Check out these common upgrades that may cost more than they’re worth.
The only thing worse than not staging your home for sale at all is to spend your time and money doing the work only to have buyers react badly to it. Here are a few common dos and don’ts for staging success.
Prepping for an open house is a lot of work, and the idea of having strangers roaming your halls for a few hours can be a little awkward. Not sure if you want to open your doors to all potential buyers? Here are four things to consider.
Thinking about selling? Check out the comparable homes (“comps”) in your area, because they can tell you so much about what to expect if you list your own house.
When it comes to listing your home, there’s no single set of black-and-white rules that apply to every property and every seller. But check out these things to think about as you walk through your home with an agent or stager.