Friday, July 20, 2018 / by Terri Bias
1. GET RID OF THE CLUTTER:
The less of it there is, the better. A clean, organized home will help a potential buyer see more a “staged” home that could belong to anyone, rather than a home with all of your family photos, clothes and knickknacks out front and center. Even if you are still living in the property during the process, make sure clothes are organized, and depersonalize the home as much as possible.
2. CURB APPEAL:
It doesn’t have to be super fancy. Even a new mailbox or a freshly painted front door can change so much about a home. The outside of the home is what the buyer sees first. It is impo ...