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How to Sell Your House in 2022

How to Sell Your House in 2022

So, you’ve evaluated your finances, thought about your lifestyle, and made the big decision to sell your home. Maybe you’ve decided to downsize, or you’re moving out of the big city because you can work remotely, or perhaps you just want to relocate somewhere warmer like Palm Springs, CA or Miami, FL. Whatever the reason, you’re ready to sell. With so many things to consider, from home inspections to staging, selling a house can be an overwhelming process. Luckily, for you, we put together a comprehensive guide on how to sell your house in 2022.
Inexpensive Home Staging Tips You Can’t Afford to Skip

Inexpensive Home Staging Tips You Can’t Afford to Skip

Before you can stage your home, you have to start by removing the clutter. For the purposes of selling, remember that clutter means anything that’s excess, including too much furniture, pictures on the walls, tchotchkes, and even things that are tucked away in cabinets and closets (because buyers will open them, and they want those to be spacious too!). When deciding how much to get rid of, there isn’t exactly a magic number, but try to aim for two thirds of what’s in your home.
10 Steps to a Professionally Staged Kitchen

10 Steps to a Professionally Staged Kitchen

The kitchen is one of the first things home buyers look at, and if they do not like what they see they may never go beyond that room. If you have seen plenty of people at your open houses but still no buyers, it may be time to some professional staging.

You do not necessarily have to stage every part of your home, and if cash is tight full professional staging may not be possible. But focusing your staging efforts on the kitchen just might turn the tide, and here are 10 steps for kitchen staging success. 

11 Personal Items to Pack Before Putting Your Home Up for Sale

11 Personal Items to Pack Before Putting Your Home Up for Sale

Your home and its contents reflect your personality, hobbies, and what's important to you. However, potential buyers won't have similar interests. In fact, your personal possessions might even scare off a person who's interested in purchasing your home. Read the following list of 11 items that you would be wise to pack up and store before your home hits the real estate market. Make your home as generic as possible to all home buyers.

Political Paraphernalia

Remove politically biased posters, photographs, newspaper clippings, mementos, and other items that can distract a buyer from forming a neutral impression about your home.

First Impressions Count: 7 Tips for Effective Entryway Staging

First Impressions Count: 7 Tips for Effective Entryway Staging

When welcoming viewers into your home, making an immediate good impression is vital if you want to encourage a sale. Staging your entryway is hugely important for this, and here are seven tips on how to do it effectively.

 1) From the Outside

 Your viewers' impressions of your home will begin before they've even entered. If your exterior door is looking a little old and weathered, a lick of paint or a thorough clean will make a huge difference. Also, clean, polish, or replace the house numbers and other hardware to make sure they're fresh and sparkling.