Within 30 seconds of walking through the door, buyers first impression is either positive or negative. Making a first impression is lasting.
There are many ways to give your home a facelift with out spending lots of money. See the following for the most significant impact:
Outside: Curb Appeal
• De-clutter and keep lawn decorations to a minimum.
• Mow yard and trim trees & shrubs.
• Add bushes and flowers if you dont have enough landscapping.
• Sweep or wash off sidewalks, deck or porch and driveway.
• Remove personalized fixtures.
• Put all toys away.
• Fix damaged exterior issues with siding, roof, gutters etc.
• Welcome mat
• Try to clean all windows, patio doors inside and out.
Please leave your house while it's being shown to potential buyers, you presence may make them feel awkward.
On a personal level, think about writing a letter about your neighborhood that includes what you really like about your home and neighborhood.
Inside: CLEAN EVERYTHING!
Check for dust on basebords, ceiling fans, light fixtures, cobwebs on ceilings and MORE.
De-clutter your home. Rent a storage container if you need to. This is very important.
• Get a fresh coat of paint to the walls.
• Remove family photos and pack up excessive wall decorations.
• Remove personal items; like collections and trophies.
• Replace worn/old carpets, and shampoo carpets that are dirty but still in good shape.
• Polish/wax wood floors.
• You may add fresh flowers or plants but try not to over do it.
• Opening blinds and shades to let the light in.
• Ask a neighbor or friend to come over and locate any odors that need to be addressed.
• If you own a pet please take them with you while your home is being shown.
Freeze or Can: Freezing vegetables and fruits are a great way to preserve the taste and benefits. Some tips include blanching, and storing them quickly in an airtight container. Canning is another
Sioux Center is growing so fast! We are finding that families are moving here for a variety of different reasons and we would like to share just a few with you. Small town feel with the big city