PREPARATION TIPS BEFORE SELLING YOUR HOUSE

Every seller would like their house to sell right away for the highest price. But if you want this to happen, you’ll need something else other than luck. You need to plan carefully and know how to organize your home professionally so you can convince potential home buyers to buy your property.

Home Staging Tips

Let Go

It can be difficult to let go of your home especially if you have lived there for several years. The house holds many memories and it’ll be difficult for you to separate yourself from it emotionally. You have to understand that what was once your home is now just a shell that will be occupied by another family. Don’t worry because you’ll be making new memories in your new home.

Depersonalize The House

Pack your family heirlooms and personal photographs or other clutter that may distract you from possible buyers and cause you to miss a sale. You have to present a clean and impersonal environment so that potential home buyers can imagine themselves living in the house. Depersonalizing the house makes it a lot easier for them to visualize how the place will look like once they fill the house with their things. It’s best to leave understated furniture pieces so you don’t make any unintentional impression.

Declutter Your House

You’ll be surprised how many items you’ve collected over the past years. That’s why you have to declutter your home. Get rid of the things that you haven’t used for more than a year. You can donate or sell the items that are still useful. Don’t forget to take out everything in the kitchen counters and remove the books from the shelves.

Organize The Cabinets and Closets In Your Bedroom

Potential home buyers would want to check cabinets and closets and that’s why you have to organize them as best as you can. It should be clean and clutter free so that this part of your home won’t send a negative message to buyers. An organized bedroom tells the buyer that you know how to take care of your things and that means you also took great care of your house.

Rent A Storage Unit

A house for sale looks better if it has less furniture. So, consider renting a storage unit where you can keep your furniture pieces.

Replace or Remove Favorite Items

In case you are planning to take some window coverings, fixtures, or built in appliances with you, take them out before you show the house. If you have inherited a chandelier, make sure to take it down before you show your home to potential buyers.

Make Minor Repairs

If it’s a seller’s market, you can easily sell a house without too much complaint. Bit in a buyer’s market, you need to deal with minor repairs if you want the property to be sold. Replace cracked counter tiles or floors and fix any holes in the wall. You can also repaint the walls with neutral shades. Burned-out lights should also be replaced as well as those that you’ve been using for a while. You wouldn’t want a bulb to blow out when you’re showing your home to a potential buyer.

Call Brunswick Organizing Solutions now and let our team of professional organizers help you organize your home before putting it up for sale.

Brunswick Organizing Solutions
Leland, NC 28451
910-477-3768
https://www.getorganizednc.com/

Brunswick Organizing Solutions
Shallotte, NC 28470
910-477-3768

Brunswick Organizing Solutions
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
843-429-8158

Cities Served
Leland, Wilmington, Shallotte, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Southport, Bolivia, St. James, Oak Island, Ocean Isle Beach, Sunset Beach, Carolina Shores, Calabash, Castle Hayne, Burgaw – Brunswick and Horry County

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