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BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY HomeServices
You might not have to do anything in this hot market! Depend on where your home is located for starters.
That being said, simple things like making sure everything is clean, light bulbs are working, scuffs and touched up, carpets are stretched and steamed cleaned. How is the curb appeal? Adding mulch and trimming bushes as well as cleaning the front door.
As others have mentioned, it would be great to view the home and see what you have? We might suggest removing wall paper, painting a room, replacing worn plumbing fixtures, etc. There is no "one fix fits all" and working with an experienced Realtor will be a key as you get ready to put your home on the market.
Let us know if we can be of some assistance.
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
Sahar Samadian, REALTOR
A great example is granite counter tops. If all homes in the area are selling for $150k and all of them have granite counter tops, then you would need to get granite counter tops to compete (do you want to spend the money or reduce the price of the home?). If none of them have granite counter tops, then don't waste your money.
Texas Real Estate Agent
Champions Real Estate Group
Don't overlook the obvious:
depersonalizing the home
plant, trim, & mow
presence of pets should be minimalized
When attempting to maximize on the price of a home, it's important that the home is made to "shine" in every respect. Buyers relate to homes in which "pride of ownership" prevails. This in itself can sell a home.
Just keeping it real!
This also suggest the kitchen is open and floor plan contemporary.
Paint, inside and out.
Make all 'FORMICA' surfaces disappear if present.
Make the curb appeal SENSATIONAL.
Know the obstacles a buyer must confront and have SOLUTIONS available.
Kick any buyers with big bank paper (Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Never Ever Bank of Clearwater FL) to the curb.
Create a REAL home selling strategy. This is not a byproduct of the environment but a plan of intention with outcomes that are time driven.
Your REALTOR will be able to discuss all of these issues in great detail.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Palm Harbor, FL