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colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer
will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
"Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. People prefer light
light cabnetry with a white-ish countertop. Appliances behind cabnetry. -- Tricia Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out,. "People prefer light and bright."
Choose light colors. Lighter-colored cabinetry will appeal to more buyers. "Dark kitchens are out," notes Gangi. "People prefer light and bright."
Castellana | La JollaTim Nelson | Willis Allen Real Estate
door (and doorbell) stand out. Many homeowners don’t come in through the front door, but prospective buyers do. “While the Realtor is fiddling with the lockbox, trying to get the door open, the buyer is standing there looking around,” says stager and interior designer Deborah Goode of A Goode Start
Buyers only have the door to notice when the Realtor plays with the lockbox.
door (and doorbell) stand out. Many homeowners don’t come in through the front door, but prospective buyers do. “While the Realtor is fiddling with the lockbox, trying to get the door open, the buyer is standing there looking around,” says stager and interior designer Deborah Goode of A Goode Start
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photos."5. Know your buyer. This is the golden rule of staging. The new paradigm is a targeted approach capturing the likely buyer pool through specific design styles that will resonate, such as hipster, industrial or beachy modern style, say DeCapua and Moore.Gardner adds that buyers in their mid-20s to
curated collectibles to bookshelves, toss market baskets onto chairs, hang original art and use only real plants to give buyers the impression that someone actually lives there. Want buyers to feel that they could drop their bags and move right in.
in smart storage or furniture, and your space will seem not only bigger but more appealing and usable to potential buyers. Gardner says, "I always tell homeowners that we want the buyers to feel that they could drop their bags and move right in."
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3. Light, Bright SpacesMany buyers here in Australia want an open, light and airy space. A kitchen that is white makes the space feel bigger. White is also a universally appealing color and leaves a blank slate so buyers can reenvision the space.
an awkward cabinetry layout can immediately turn off potential buyers. But focusing on the quality, symmetry, color and layout of your kitchen's cabinetry can create an attractive and timeless kitchen. Get the guide: The 4 Things Home Buyers Really Want in Kitchen Cabinetry
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home look its best to potential buyers. Less stuff will make your space look larger, which is almost always a positive thing. Overstuffed closets and drawers signal to buyers that there is not enough storage space in the home, while neat and orderly closets help buyers envision living an organized life
home look its best to potential buyers. Less stuff will make your space look larger, which is almost always a positive thing. Overstuffed closets and drawers signal to buyers that there is not enough storage space in the home, while neat and orderly closets help buyers envision living an organized life
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on accessories and other distractions. The color palette is simple, easy on the eyes and would be attractive to both men and women. Most potential buyers would remember this appealing room long after leaving the house.
on accessories and other distractions. The color palette is simple, easy on the eyes and would be attractive to both men and women. Most potential buyers would remember this appealing room long after leaving the house.
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airing out the home with open windows or air purifiers. Comforting smells, like baking bread or brewing coffee, can be appealing to most potential buyers. “I always recommend fresh flowers. Cider on the stove in the colder months is a nice touch,” says Travis Gray, an Annapolis, Maryland realty agent
airing out the home with open windows or air purifiers. Comforting smells, like baking bread or brewing coffee, can be appealing to most potential buyers. “I always recommend fresh flowers. Cider on the stove in the colder months is a nice touch,” says Travis Gray, an Annapolis, Maryland realty agent
airing out the home with open windows or air purifiers. Comforting smells, like baking bread or brewing coffee, can be appealing to most potential buyers. “I always recommend fresh flowers. Cider on the stove in the colder months is a nice touch,” says Travis Gray, an Annapolis, Maryland realty agent
Cow Hollow Historic HomeMatarozzi Pelsinger Builders
of the time, you'll be selling your home to a younger buyer. What do younger buyers want? This ideabook lays it out for today's sellers. Will these staging tips work for your home?Get the guide: 7 Tips to Sell Your Home Faster to a Younger Buyer
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their payments that lenders have to approve the sale even after the seller has accepted a buyer’s offer. If the accepted offer is below what the lender requires to release the lien, the lender will ask the buyer to make up the difference at closing.The solution: Make sure your real estate agent has done
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you'll need stellar photography to get people through the door. Learn how to get eye-catching photos and find out what buyers are looking for in this guide. Get the guide: Attract Home Buyers Easily With Great Photography
flooring into the photo. The more flooring you see, the larger the room will appear. Removing all rugs from a space adds square footage — at least in a buyer's mind. Unbroken floor space makes any room appear larger, and square footage is king.
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off all but the most determined buyers. If the market in your area is hot (see No. 1) and you have ample time (see No. 2), there’s no harm in trying to sell without making the big repair, as long as you are willing to price it accordingly (see No. 6). If it’s a buyer’s market but you don’t have time
off all but the most determined buyers. If the market in your area is hot (see No. 1) and you have ample time (see No. 2), there’s no harm in trying to sell without making the big repair, as long as you are willing to price it accordingly (see No. 6). If it’s a buyer’s market but you don’t have time
“If you have a repair you are unsure about tackling, use this as a litmus test: Is it something the buyer will see as he or she approaches your house and walks through the front door? If so, fix it.” — Laura GaskillBookmark this article for when the time
5. Know your buyer. This is the golden rule of staging. The new paradigm is a targeted approach capturing the likely buyer pool through specific design styles that will resonate, such as hipster, industrial or beachy modern style, say DeCapua and Moore. Gardner adds that buyers in their mid-20s
5. Know your buyer. This is the golden rule of staging. The new paradigm is a targeted approach capturing the likely buyer pool through specific design styles that will resonate, such as hipster, industrial or beachy modern style, say DeCapua and Moore.Gardner adds that buyers in their mid-20s to mid-30s
If you are staging your home yourself, ask your real estate agent for help identifying your target market.How to sell your house faster to a younger buyer
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