A well staged home will not only sell faster, but it increases the opportunity for wooing potential buyers. What kind of first impression do you want your home to leave?
With so many houses on the market, knowing the right way to stage your home goes a long way. When buyers walk into your home, their time inside is limited, and they want to envision their life in that space, not necessarily how you lived in the house. By simply de-cluttering, you can downplay the uninviting features of your home, while still showcasing the best attributes.
As you prepare to sell your home, here are 10 items worth concealing:
When a potential buyer pulls up your driveway, the last thing you’d want for them to experience would be disinterest in your home before they even step inside. If your driveway and front entrance are cluttered with dying plants, unfinished projects, and miscellaneous kid toys, a prospective buyer might be afraid to imagine what lies within.