The most common questions sellers ask me are something along the lines of:
“What can I do to get my home ready to go on the market?”
“Where should I start?”
“What is my home worth?”
“How much money should I spend to get my home ready to sell?”
So over the next couple of weeks I’m going to be sharing with you three major areas you can tackle when getting your home ready to sell. Today I’m giving you an overview, but stick with me because over the next few weeks we’ll be getting into each suggestion in detail with the experts! So what do I suggest. Taking notes? Here we go.
1. Add some curb appeal
There are several easy and inexpensive things you can do to your home’s exterior to make it stand out. As I’ve shared with you before, my friend Abby over at Botanical Living is a professional landscape designer and has seen and done it all. While yes, you can spend thousands creating your own outdoor sanctuary, you don’t have to spend a future to get your home ready to sell. Stick around and we’ll be hearing from Abby.
Decluttering the inside of your home is HUGE you guys!!! And taking this step doesn’t have to cost you a thing. If you commit to completing a deep declutter, you’ll wonder why you haven’t done it all along. For some, this journey is not only overwhelming because off all the physical excess, but it’s overwhelming because of the emotional stuff that comes up as well. Doing a deep declutter is no small feat, so keep following along to hear my friend Leigh break it down.
3. Stage appropriately
Staging is KEY in the selling process. Simply rearranging your furniture and removing excess furniture can create an entirely different vibe in your home. But for some people staging does not come naturally, and that’s ok! That’s why I’ll be talking with my friend Jen to give you the low down on staging.
This is stuff we can all benefit from whether we are selling a home or not, am I right?? If it sounds intriguing join me on Tuesdays over the next few weeks to get scoop.