When I am selling a Bryan/College Station home, I always offer tips to the seller concerning how to put their home in the best light for showings. First impressions are lasting impressions. And in soft market times, it is important to show your listing at its best advantage.
Generally the following are always on the list for seller reminders of what the buying public wants to see when previewing the home. First and foremost, the exterior should be repainted or power washed as it is the first impression. (While you’re focusing on the exterior, remember to power wash the driveway, sidewalk, etc.) Paint is equally important on the interior; rooms that are painted light, neutral colors show the best as they make a room appear airier, larger, and more inviting.
Some smaller, but very important tasks to complete before showing your home are:
Additionally, I’ve listed below some common flaws in a home that I look out for:
These are the main tips I offer to my Bryan/College Station clients when we are working together on selling their home. As always, continue to visit my blog daily for the best local, expert real estate advice!
Clay Lee – Realtor
Century 21 Beal, Inc.
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