HOME PREP STEPS
HANDLE "DEAL-BREAKER" REPAIRS
Putting your home on the market with big repairs unfinished can deter potential buyers from making an offer or seeing the contract through to closing. If your home has large repairs that need to be tackles, let's chat about your best course of action before you list your home for sale.
DEPERSONALIZE THE SPACE
Buyers need to be able to envision themselves living in your space. That means decluttering the space from personal everyday items and neutralizing each room can go a long way in making your home more attractive to buyers. Removing family photos, selecting common paint colors, and packing up personal decor is a good place to start.
STAGE THE HOME ATTRACTIVELY
To give buyers the best idea of how your space can best used, it's essential to give each room a unique purpose and to stage the home in the most open way possible. Considering how a buyer will walk through the space and what furniture arrangements make the most sense for beauty and function is part of the staging process.
SPRUCE UP YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING
In a temperate to warm environment like Arizona, outdoor living space is a definite selling point for potential buyers. Whether you have a huge backyard or a small lot, maximizing your home's outdoor living presentation can help buyers feel they're making a good investment both in and outside of the home.
INCREASE YOUR CURB APPEAL
Your facade and front yard are your home's first impression, and putting your home's best foot forward can make a huge difference in getting buyers through the front door. If your home doesn't look well-maintained from the street, buyers will often assume the home isn't well cared for inside - whether or not it's true!