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Paint Colors Matter When Selling Your Home
Paint Color Matters When You're Selling Your Home

Next to location, curb appeal is one of the most important factors you can focus on when you're selling your home. It helps you make sure your home is sold quickly and at a price you're happy with. Why? The answer is simple – curb appeal creates the first impression any potential buyer gets of a property.

While you can't pick up a house and move it to a better neighborhood, you can update its exterior. Naturally, the first thing to consider is a new paint job. Then, you can refresh your interior spaces in the same way.

A quick coat of paint on the outside of a home completely changes its look. Not only can it revitalize an aging exterior, it also sets expectations for the kind of space you're about to enter when you step through the door.

People know they need to tone down "unique" colors when they are ready to sell. Very few, however, have a clear idea what to switch to. An analysis by Zillow using more than 32,000 photos of recently sold homes provides interesting clues.

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Six Steps to Staging a House

Selling a House Home Staging

Home staging is the process of dressing up your home for sale. Staging brings out your home's charms and minimizes its weaknesses. According to the National Association of REALTORS®, 49 percent of buyers say that staging a home impacts their decision to buy. A well-staged home will appeal to a larger number of potential buyers. In addition, home staging helps your home stand out from the many others for sale.

Unattractive decor or a cluttered home will not help sell a house. Potential home buyers want to be able to imagine themselves in your home. Many cannot envision themselves in a home they consider ugly or cluttered, even if it has a great floor plan or lots of space.

Hiring a professional stager is a good investment. They have the design expertise and time to get the job done right. What if you do not have the budget to hire anyone? Don't worry, there are easy things that you can do to stage your home that do not cost much at all. Here are some steps to help you get started.

#1 Clean

One of the most important things that a seller can do to prepare their home for sale is to clean it thoroughly. A clean home gives buyers the impression that it has been well cared-for. Deep clean throughout, paying special attention to the bathrooms and kitchens. Do not forget to clean windows and dust blinds and ceiling fans.

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