I think there are quite a few people who are thinking of selling their house this spring.
Here is an infographic checklist that might be helpful to such people.
As you can see, when buyers enter the house to see the house, it should give them the feeling that ‘this house welcomes me’.
The method is the same as the part I emphasized in other articles.
Open all blinds and curtains to let as much natural light into your home as possible.
Turn on all the lights in the house (In order to turn on all the lights in the house, you need to check in advance whether all the lights in the house are working and whether the colors of the lights in the same space are unified, and change them accordingly.)
Remove all personal photos. (And it would be nice to hang a more neutral picture lamp in the removed spot?)
Fix visible broken parts in advance
Staging helps buyers clearly understand the purpose of each space
You also need to make your home feel well-maintained. Usually, buyers are reassured by this experience that the other invisible parts of the house have been well taken care of.
Cleans dust from vents in the house
wipe the floor
Clear clutter from shelves and counter tops
Clean the inside of closets and kitchen cabinets
Touch-up areas of the wall with stains or marks beforehand with paint
Lastly, you need to pay attention to the curb appeal I mentioned last time. It will be the first impression of the house you are selling.
Clean the outer walls of the house thoroughly with a power wash
wipe the windows clean
pay attention to landscaping
Decorate the entrance to the house (porch in front of the house, etc.)
Clean areas such as patios and decks
If you care about this much, I can tell you that the very basic preparations for selling your house are over. Remember that the more you care, the faster it will sell. If you have any additional questions about selling your home, please feel free to contact us. See you next time with a good article.