As a home seller wants their property to sell as fast as possible for the maximum profit as possible. However, you need more than luck to get this done. You need careful planning and know-how when it comes to preparing your home so you can convince a potential buyer to buy the house. So, here are some tips for a successful home staging.
Disassociate Yourself From Your House
Letting go of your house can be difficult. You have lived there, probably for several years, and made lots of memories. You have to detach from the house emotionally, you should realize that without you in that house, the home will just be a shell that will be filled by the new occupants.
Depersonalize Your Home
Remove your personal photographs and other objects such as family heirlooms, as well as clutter that may distract possible buyers and even hurt a possible home sale. You should present potential home buyers with a clean, impersonal environment so they could imagine the house maybe decorated with their own furniture, art objects, and photographs. Depersonalize your home so it will be easier for the possible buyers to visualize how the house will look like when filled with their own belongings.
Declutter Your Home
People have a tendency to collect a lot of items over the past few years. There are several reasons why people keep these things such as intention to fix or reuse them, emotional attachment, or perhaps they want to pass it on to the next generation. But for most things, if you have not used them in more than a year then it’s very likely that you won’t be needing them anytime soon. That’s why you need to declutter your home.
You can discard these things by donating them to a non-profit organization or a charity such as Goodwill and Salvation Army. These things will help people in need and may even be tax deductible. For things that aren’t accepted, get in touch with your town to know if the things can be picked up. Some local areas schedule a service at least once a month to pickup unused items.
Also youc an get rid of books form the bookcases and make sure that your kitchen counters are clean. Tuck away all the essential items that are used daily inside small boxes and place them inside your closet when you’re not using them. It’s also a good way to start packing. Hire a professional organizer to help you declutter and organize your home.
Rent A Storage Unit
Almost all home staging is better if there’s less furniture. Get rid of the furniture pieces that hamper or block walkways and paths and place them in a storage unit together with distracting furniture, empty bookcases, and art work. You should leave only enough furniture during the home staging so that you can showcase the purpose of the room and buyers can easily move around because the area is spacious.
Make Minor Repairs
Remember that repairs can either make or break a sale. You should consider making minor repairs before the home staging. Patch any hole in the wall or replace cracked counter tiles or floor. Don’t forget to repair leaky faucets as well as the doors that squeak or don’t close properly.
Call Brunswick Organizing Solutions now and let our team prepare your house so you can sell it fast.
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Shallotte, NC 28470
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