Start with inspecting
Inspecting has to be the first step in this process because of two crucial aspects – aesthetics and functionality. Although you can do the inspection yourself, it is usually better to consult a real estate agent, interior designer, and handyman since there are always some small details you can overlook. The ultimate goal is to make your home look better than it ever was, and that’s why talking to professionals in each of these fields is highly recommended. These small touches can make a massive difference, and therefore, you will be able to sell your house for a higher price.
Cleaning and painting
Even if your home is one of the best in the whole neighborhood, you won’t be able to sell it if it looks dirty. Clean home leaves an excellent first impression to prospective buyers and it attracts them like a magnet. It has to look appealing and welcoming from outside, so outdoor cleaning is equally important as indoor.
Repainting is vital because (even the best) paint fades over time. Most importantly, paint is cheap and you can do it yourself, although it is better to hire a professional. And keep in mind that you shouldn’t experiment with colors. Neutral colors are the best for sale. Once you finish cleaning and painting, your home will already look more valuable
Lighting can make a significant difference since it influences a more positive mood. Natural light is excellent, of course, and the more you have it, the more positive the atmosphere will be. But, when the night falls, it is crucial to make your rooms brighter and more inviting and appealing. Few smaller lights or LED lights are always better than one large light bulb. Lamps are also great, especially in the bedroom and kids’ room. And finally, it is good to implement more energy-efficient lighting. The electricity bill will be much lower, which could be a turning point for a prospective buyer to choose your house over the other ones.
Enhance your garage and replace old floors
People often leave their garages unfinished, which is entirely wrong, especially if you want to sell your house soon. The garage is the real front door to your home, and a prospective buyer will notice it as soon as he/she enters your dwelling. But, it is also important to repair it and enhance it in the right way. Many people are aware of toxic epoxy effects nowadays, and buyers might decide to kick your house out of their potential options just because of it. Therefore, you should opt for a healthier and more sustainable option.
Our Denver garage floor coating uses the patented combination of natural materials. Castor oil and gypsum create a super durable coating with excellent features and qualities. First of all, the green floor is safe for the whole family, so it makes a huge difference when selling. It requires no messy grinding to stick to the floor, so you’re going to save both time and money. And most importantly, even if you somehow manage to damage the floor (which is hard), our unique material will self-level and bond to itself even after decades. No other coating has such ability.
Hire a professional home photographer
Finally, you have to take care of the visuals when selling your home. Every prospective buyer will first see photos of your house on the internet, and then, eventually, come to see your place. Therefore, photos have to be excellent, and your mobile phone, regardless of which one you possess, is not good enough. Hiring a professional home photographer with positive reviews and recommendations is a way to go. You’ll get better quality not only because of a better camera. A professional photographer knows to shoot from the right angles and to pick the adequate lighting. That makes a substantial difference.
When you decide that the time for a sale has come, repairs and remodels are critical. Making improvements both outside and inside of your home will make space for the increased resale value.