Although it seems like summer was just here, the leaves are beginning to change, and soon it will be time again to prepare for the holidays. If you’re considering making a move, though, you may have more than baking cookies and singing carols on your mind.
In fact, the only thing you may be thinking about is how to sell your home as quickly as possible. The good news is that there are some ways that you can attract potential purchasers, even during the holidays, at this busy time of year.
According to HGTV, there are actually a number of tips that can be used for making your home seem merry and bright – and to bring in motivated buyers. For example, just as you would at any other time of the year, you will want to make sure that your home’s curb appeal is top notch.
During the fall and winter, when the trees begin to lose their leaves, it is even more important to make sure that the exterior of your home really shines. In this case, be sure that you’ve cleaned out the gutters, trimmed the bushes, and put touch up paint on any areas that need it. If you have a front sidewalk and / or driveway, you could also consider pressure washing these areas.
The interior of your home should also show its best – but it is equally important to make sure that you don’t overdo it. For instance, too many decorations can make your home look crowded, which can be a turn off for many purchasers.
One of the top priorities – regardless of what time of year – is to make certain that your home is priced right. This should be the case right off the bat, as versus starting with a figure that’s too high, and then gradually making price reductions over time.
Working with an experienced real estate agent can be beneficial in terms of determining the proper listing price. Your agent should also be able to provide professional grade photos of your home to put online and other areas for marketing purposes.
If you’re thinking about selling your home in the Bakersfield area, contact us. We can help you to put a good, solid marketing plan in place and get the ball rolling before you ring in the New Year.