You have made the decision to upgrade your home and get the one you have always wanted. But there is one little thing, well more like a big thing, you still need to sell your current home and staging your home needs to look amazing. 

You’ve found the perfect REALTOR®, cleaned up your home and got it ready to take some listing photos, do your house a favor and make sure not to make the following mistakes when staging your home.

Neglecting curb appeal 

The front of your home is literally the primary component anyone goes to see. You could have a modern day deck, stainless-steel home equipment, and a theater room, but if the outdoor looks like a few sort of abandoned house from Scooby-Doo, you’ve performed your own home a severe injustice. There is no need to spend a ton of money to make a big change on the curb appeal. There are easy fixes you can start with. 

First, and maximum obvious, is to mow your grass. Clean up the flowerbeds with new mulch, maybe even some sun lighting along the border. You can get them at the dollar store. Top it off with a ‘Welcome’ wreath on the front door and also you’re set.

Ignoring the Doom and Gloom sense

Professional cleansing is a should. A small funding for the glowing final results. A cleansing business enterprise will now not only get down (and dirty) but will make your house odor super as properly. Even though you may not smell a photograph, consumers coming to a showing sincerely will.

Underestimating a coat of paint

Bright and colorful walls might not be everyone’s taste, paint your walls in a neutral color. Gray is the new beige, so slap on a coat and don’t feel like you have to stop at the walls. Kitchen shelves can get a pleasant refresh with a new paint job as well.

Leaving your Personalization everywhere

You constructed custom cabinets in the rec room and have them full of relatives snap shots, softball trophies and your collection of vintage teapots.

This might be entertaining for your guest, but you want buyers to envision themselves in the house instead of feeling they’re just in somebody’s home. Pack away your private objects, excess fixtures and put them where they cannot be seen. 

Misusing Rooms

A living room is a living room, You need to show the area the manner it became intended to be used. Because you observed an alternative use for this space, you possibly don’t have an appropriate fixture to display, however don’t panic.That is in which virtual staging is your new pleasant buddy. With a digital staging app, you could upload a photo of your vacant room and upload fixtures strictly for the purpose of list photos. 

Well, now you know what mistakes not to make. But first things first, find yourself the perfect REALTOR® to help you sell your current home and find your dream home. At RE/MAX Associates we are experts in the home-selling and home-buying process. 

Author Rustom Marciano

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