Are you preparing to list your unit? One reason sellers like to stage their unit is because staged homes usually sell faster and for more money. What do professionals think you should do when you don't even know how to begin?
It’s a given that you're selling your unit in Alexandria, do you need to paint your property?
It's a good idea to paint before you put a home on the market. This is one of the most cost-effective home improvements you can do.
You can save a lot of money by painting yourself. On the other hand, if you can't do a professional job, you're much better off paying a painter to make your property look great.
In addition to removing your clutter, it's almost always a good idea to depersonalize.
When you decide to sell, it's time to return the home to a less personal space.
If you've loved your home, one of the most difficult chores you'll face is the task of de-personalization.
From experience I can tell you that home buyers in Fairfax County are drawn to homes that have a minimalist interior design theme.
Is it just too good to throw away but not worth selling right now? Give it to a friend. That assists both of you.
Every day fill a box with stuff. Not only will this make your home more presentable, but it will also make moving day less stressful and easier to manage.
Are your blinds and curtains going to help your residence sell?
If you ask me, I'll always say that it’s better to have bare windows rather than the wrong window treatments. You may have forgotten that some windows and views in your home are so beautiful that they are diminished by most any embellishment.
Consider these ideas:
- Replace your light bulbs with higher wattage bulbs. Brighter light bulbs make a big difference when your selling a home.
- If you have a room that is snug remove superfluous furnishings. For example, remove nightstands in a smaller bedroom. Remove end-tables from a smaller living room.
- A sparsely decorated home sells better than a fully decorated, even well decorated home.
Do you have a unit like 6616 E Wakefield Dr #C2? It's time to look closely at the competition. If you're a homeowner it's difficult to objectively compare your home to a residence like 6616 E Wakefield Dr #C2? Competition is fierce in Fairfax County real estate, but we know how to make it happen.
I'm Nesbitt Realty and I'm an expert in Alexandria real estate. I'm ready to work for you if you want to market your unit. As a local expert, I can provide you with information about the value of any unit in Fairfax County, and I can give you an objective opinion about your real property's condition and how it compares to others in Alexandria.
If you’d prefer to work with a family-run business, contact Nesbitt Realty.