Setting the Stage
Getting your home ready takes time, effort and sometimes expense. But once you have completed the necessary steps to “set the stage” your home will show to its best advantage. You will realize the best sale results with the highest price possible and within the shortest time.
Clean up all rooms, closets and your garage to get the harmonious” chi flow” moving again. Create space and organization by storing or giving away things you no longer need or use, or have a garage sale. Ask yourself: If I were buying this home, what would I like to see? The goal is to show a home, which looks good, maximizes space and attracts as many buyers and demand as possible.
With your permission, your RE/MAX Associate will have a Realtor’s Open House, when it is first introduced to the marketplace. This is to allow other real estate agents throughout the community to preview your home. These agents may have potential buyers who are eager to consider the newest listings in your neighborhood. Buyers prefer homes that look livable and inviting, even though you will remove the furnishings before the closing.
IMPRESSIONS ARE EXTREMELY IMPORTANT.BUYERS BEGIN TO JUDGE YOUR HOME THE MOMENT THAT THEY DRIVE UP TO THE CURB.YOU NEVER GET A SECOND CHANCE TO MAKE A GOOD LASTING FIRST IMPRESSION. HERE ARE SOME GOOD IDEAS TO HELP YOU EFFECTIVELY MERCHANDISE YOUR HOUSE TO GET MORE CASH FOR YOUR HOUSE, IN A SHORTER PERIOD OF TIME AND WITH THE LEAST INCONVENIENCE TO YOU.
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