As the saying goes: “First impressions last,” especially in presenting your home to prospective buyers. How they see and feel inside the house can either encourage or discourage them from buying it. That’s why it’s important to make it look as appealing as possible, and it all starts by intensively cleaning your home. Are the windows clean, the faucets and other appliances polished, and the fireplace dusted?
Next, you can whitewash or paint the walls of your rooms in neutral colors, and keep the decors simple to help prospective buyers focus on the space itself rather than the aesthetics of your home. As you’ll soon be moving out, it’s best to remove any personal items such as family photos from the walls or from your coffee table. In presenting your home to prospective buyers, you must be able to arrange your furniture in a way that would make your space appear bigger. Letting in a bit of sunlight wouldn’t hurt, either, since it could make a room look brighter and more cheerful.
Now is also the perfect time to do a little renovation on your kitchen and bathroom, since these can bring a significant return on investment. Placing brand new (or slightly new) kitchen appliances or bathroom fixtures, along with improving the appearance of the whole house, can go a long way in sealing the deal with a prospective buyer.