If you are going to be listing your home in the fall, I’ve got a few key tips that can help.
If you’re putting your home on the market in the fall, there are a few key things you can do to improve your listing.
The first helpful hint I’d like to share is to remember your curb appeal. When buyers pull up to a home, the exterior will serve as their first impression. Keep your driveway and yard free of leaves and debris, and also trim back any bushes or hedges.
Along these same lines, remember to declutter your home. Remove personal items from shelves and the walls so that buyers can imagine their own lives in your home.
Another thing to consider is the scent of your home. It’s easy during colder weather for things like pet or food odors to permeate through the home.
Try using low-key fall fragrances to help minimize the odors while providing a pleasant, but not overpowering scent.
Also, remember to keep an eye on the market and get a professional opinion on the value of your house. Doing this will help you price your home correctly.
Fall markets have fewer buyers and sales, so prices can fluctuate. Make sure that you are being competitive on the market and not out-pricing the season.
If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.