Getting Ready To Sell Your Home? Clean It Up…De-Clutter!

photoGetting ready to sell your home? Clean it up. Get rid of the clutter. It’s best to show property nicely furnished but not with too much stuff in small rooms and space. Pay attention to how it looks.

 

Clean it up. Get rid of the clutter. How many times have I looked at properties with too much stuff and too much clutter? It’s always best to show property nicely furnished but not with too much stuff in small rooms and space. Don’t turn buyers off with a crammed-in appearance. Make your home as attractive as possible. Floors and walls should be clean. Buy some rugs for bare floors as well as a new Welcome Mat. Add some flowers for color.

 

Keep the entry of the home sparse. Remember that less is more. Put away the coats, hats, and shoes. Plug-ins are great for a fresh smell throughout the home.

 

Whatever you are not using, pack up and put away.

Now that the weather is warmer, air the house out. Open all windows for some cross ventilation. Get rid of any stale odors.

 

All closets should be organized. Kitchen cabinets too!

Beds made at all times. It’s a great time to power wash the house and get your windows cleaned. Makes a huge difference.

 

Need more tips? Just contact me. I will be happy to stop by. 631-774-2528

About The Author

Jolie Powell

Jolie Powell has been a distinguised leader in the Real Estate industry since 1987. Prior to entering the world of Real Estate, she worked as a TV producer for the Advertising Agency, Dancer Fitzgerald Sample in NYC. Jolie's expertise in counseling buyers and sellers brings people together from Long Island, and indeed, Globally! Having lived abroad and traveled extensively, Jolie has an excellent understanding of many cultures. As a Cuban-born American, she is fluent in Spanish and communicates well with international clients relocating to the North Shore of Long Island. Jolie is proud of the high level of trust she and her clients have established and looks forward to continue building exceptional client/broker relationships.

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