DOES THE IDEA OF SELLING YOUR HOME LEAVE YOU OVERWHELMED?⁣

 

 

I know the feeling! That’s why I have broken down the selling process into a simple, yet strategic four step method.⁣
If you’re considering selling your home, I’ve got some good news for you: I am giving out my Simply Selling digital guide for FREE all month long! ⁣
This guide will answer all of your questions about selling your home, and not overwhelm you with the process.⁣
Want more good news? Each week in September, I’m going to be sharing a step of the process with you all!⁣
So, let’s hop into it. What’s up first? Preparing your home for the market.⁣
If you’re like most sellers, you want to wow prospective buyers, but you don’t want to break the bank. Guess what?! Getting your home ready doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag. ⁣
If you’ve got a few open weekends and a can-do spirit, you can knock out these cost-efficient upgrades in no time.⁣

• Paint the walls and trim. Smudgy walls and dingy trim are so out. Refresh both with calming, neutral colors that appeal to a wide range of tastes and preferences. If time is short, start with the living room and kitchen and then work your way to the bedrooms.⁣

 

• Refresh the yard. Fresh mulch, colorful annuals, and a couple of planting urns for the entryway make stellar curb appeal a cinch.⁣

 

• Clean, declutter, and repeat. There is nothing worse than a listing that’s dirty. Deep clean and declutter before your home hits the market. Later, when it’s time for a showing,  it’ll just take a quick wipe-down to straighten up. ⁣
A quick word of caution: Before you spend one penny on home improvements, you’ll wanna talk with a realtor familiar with your market. They’ll have extensive knowledge of in-demand upgrades that’ll help you get top dollar in your neighborhood.⁣
If you’d like to download my free Simply Selling guide, send me a message on my “Contact Me” page!

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