First impressions are important! If you want to find the right buyer for your property in Summit County Real Estate, stage your property to sell.
Stage your property to sell:
1. Depersonalize your property.
When you stage your property to sell, remove personal photos from the walls. Make room for property viewers to imagine their own photographs and favorite artwork on the walls.
2. De-junk your property.
Clear all visible clutter to make your property look more spacious when you stage your property to sell. Remove all but a few items from visible shelves. If you can't part with important items that make your house seem cluttered, box them up and store them for placement in your brand new property! This is an important step to take when you stage your property to sell. Think about renting a storage unit if you have to in order to make your property seem cleaner and brighter.
3. Organize, organize, organize. Sometimes when people tour a potential new property they like to look inside cupboards and closets. When you stage your property to sell, make it a point to organize storage areas to make a great impression on potential buyers.
4. Eliminate unnecessary furniture.
Consider removing a few pieces of furniture when you stage your property to sell. Place them in a storage unit or store items with a friend or family member while you are in the process of showing your property.
5. Fix it!
When it's time to stage your property to sell, it's time to do some handy work. Small cracks in paint, leaking faucets, broken screen doors, can all have an unconscious (and conscious) negative impact on a potential buyer.
A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for the appeal of your property. When you stage your property to sell, use neutral colors and disregard your own taste for color and flare so buyers can imagine their own favorite colors in the property.
Scrub those windows, have carpets professionally cleaned, mop the floors and don't forget the baseboards. When you stage your property to sell, make sure it smells and feels clean.
8. Create curb appeal.
The exterior is your first chance at making a good impression. Don't disregard the exterior when you stage your property to sell. Clean up debris and shovel walks. Repair and paint the exterior of your property if necessary.
9. Do a walk through.
When you stage your property to sell, do a walk-through. Pretend you're seeing it for the very first time. Try to see it from an objective perspective. Identify problem areas and fix them or clean them up.
10. Make your property available for showings.
Once you stage your property to sell, work closely with us and our office to offer the most convenient access possible. Buyers who are interested in your property may want to see it immediately.
For more information on buying and selling real estate, or for more tips on how to stage your property to sell, contact Justin and Krystal Knott at LIV Sotheby's International Realty today! We have the experience and resources you need to stage your property to sell.