3 Tips for Sellers for the Spring Market (Part 2)

1 If it’s older than you are …. 

Many buyers can be scared off by the idea of purchasing a home that they think needs too much work.  Make your home an easy choice by keeping everything as neutral and clean as possible. Update lighting, door handles, outlets and/or light switches to ones that reflect current trends. 


2) Create a Gender-Neutral Master Bedroom

Master Bedrooms are a huge selling point so why not make yours as enticing to buyers as possible. Appeal to every buyer you can with a master bedroom that's clean and tailored. It should be free of clutter and personal items, and should be gender neutral. Not everyone will be interested in a master bedroom that's clearly masculine or feminine, so it's best to paint the walls in neutral colors and use linens that are also as neutral as possible. Avoid excessively bright colors that may turn buyers off. Neutral colors provide a nice blank pallet for potential home buyers to imagine themselves in the space.


3) Style Your Dining Room Table

If there's a room that often gets overlooked for showings and open houses, it's the dining room. Between dinners, a big table can look oversized, bare, and uninviting. A quick and easy way to make this room more appealing to potential buys, is to style it with visitors in mind. Flowers, candles, and even place settings can make this room look warm and inviting and make it more functional and interesting when buyers come through.


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