Staging Your Home to Sell

When selling a house, giving it the perfect look is key! That might be obvious to some, but a lot of people forget just how important staging is to the selling process. Most of the time, a little effort is all it takes to make the difference. No idea how to stage your house? No problem! Here are a few tips and tricks.

Curb appeal: The first thing a potential buyer will see when they drive up is the outside of the house. A few ways to spruce up outside includes planting some new plants, trees, bushes or other greenery. Giving the outside of your home fresh coat of paint and help give it an inviting look.

Clear the clutter: Eliminating clutter on shelves, entertainment centers, closets, and counter spaces can help give the home a more spacious feel. For example, organizing shoes and clothes in your closet can help the closets in the home appear larger. When things are cluttered they can make the space feel small. This could give the potential buyer the impression their things won’t fit in the space.

Make the space buyer friendly: When looking at a house, buyers want to be able to picture themselves living in the space. A few ways to help with a potential buyer's vision can include painting with neutral colors, making the bedrooms cozy, and not putting too much personal flare on the space.

Give every room a purpose: Once again, you want to potential buyers to be able to see themselves in the space. Accomplish this by giving every room, a purpose. Moving some furniture around and creating guestroom and office spaces can help the buyer visualize how they could utilize each space the home has to offer.

Remember, you can always trust me, Oscar Martinez with all your buying or selling needs. Give me a call at (830)-515-8788 for any real estate need.

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