Preparing Your Home For Sale

Selling your home could be as simple as a fresh coat of paint.

Open paint cans, brushes and paint rollers

Add value to your home.

Will a can of paint amount to thousands of dollars added to your sales price? It could. Because while you know your home is valuable, sometimes all it takes is a few little improvements to help potential buyers see it too.

I’ve outlined some the more popular upgrades below, and I can help prioritize each by determining which projects will add the most value based on your specific home, neighborhood and market.


Tips to get you started.

Indoors

Declutter

Your closet looks twice as big with half the clutter.

Paint

A fresh coat of paint serves as a blank canvas to potential buyers.

Decorate

Prove that each room has purpose, but don't overdo it.

Brighten

Natural lighting really does help lift the mood and make a room look larger.

Outdoors

Exterior

A fresh coat of paint really can make any exterior look new again.

Landscape

If the landscaping is bad, they likely won't step inside.

Garage

Prove that both cars can actually fit by tidying up.

Patio & Deck

Set up the patio as if your friends were coming over for a barbeque.


TAKE THE NEXT STEPS

Zoomed in view on agent and clients reviewing charts and comps

ServicesPricing Your Home

Set a fair price based on comparable homes, the local market and more.

An elevated view of clients meeting with real estate agents in a home

ServicesInspections and Disclosures

From finding the right people to interpreting the results, I'm here to help.

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