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Three Easy Ways to Spruce Up Your Home Before Selling

Selling your home can be a daunting process, especially if it’s your first time. Between all the paperwork, agent meetings, and walkthroughs, there are some important details that can just slip between the cracks.

Preparing Your Home to Sell 

If you’re stressing out about selling your home, it’s easy to forget about the small details that can really have an impact on buyers. Staging can make or break your entire sale, but you don’t have to spend a lot of time or money to get your space looking perfect.

Here are a few things that you can do in a weekend that will ensure your home is in the best shape possible before you list.

Pack Clutter Away

Packing your home

Let’s face it—you’ve accumulated a lot of random stuff throughout your life. If you’ve lived in a house for a while, then you’ve probably got clutter hiding in places you don’t even know about! That extra stuff might make you feel at home, but it doesn’t give off that same energy to buyers. 

Go through your belongings and start deciding what needs to stay out while you’re trying to sell your home…and what needs to go in boxes as you get ready to move. You can work through this process as quickly or as slowly as you’d like, but you should be able to go through a room in one day.

Touch Up the Paint—or Paint Everything

Painting the walls

If you’re someone who likes to keep a fresh coat of paint on the walls, then you might not need to repaint your home before you list. However, make sure to check and see if there are any spots that need to be touched up because of furniture or other wear and tear.

Be sure to also paint your walls in neutral tones that aren’t too dark. While you might think that orange accent wall is perfect for your living room, not everyone agrees. Painting is an easy way you can make your home look more appealing to more people.

Deep Clean

Deep cleaning your home

Deep cleaning your space before you sell is absolutely essential. Your home looks its best when it’s had a good, thorough scrub down—and buyers won’t be distracted by any lingering cobwebs, dust bunnies, or grime.

Not sure where to start? First, tackle high-traffic areas like kitchens, bathrooms, and living rooms. You should also take the time to wash your windows, polish any wood floors, and steam carpets to eliminate any odors.

Are You Selling Your Home?

If you’re looking to list your home in the Central Ohio region, then give the Shaffer Team a call! We’ve got plenty of tips to help you sell quickly and maximize your profit. Just let us know when you’re ready to take your next steps!

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