Here are a few ideas of what you can do if your residence isn’t the latest trend?
Depersonalizing is a good idea when you decide to sell.
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.
Have you thought about how the right window treatments can improve your residence’s overall appeal?
Take down black-out shades and heavy curtains. Replace them with sheer curtains that cut down on glare but let the light in the home.
What are the best paint colors for selling a dwelling in Burke?
We all know that neutral colors are not exciting, but you should also know that they are best when you’re selling your home.
If your home was a movie, you’d want it to be a blockbuster. A big part of that movie’s success is the background music in your movie. The paint is the background music that sets the stage for your home to shine.
Here are a few more recommendations:
- Do you need design ideas? Visit Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, or Williams-Sonoma. You may already have what you need to look absolutely in style.
- Staging scents work best in small doses. Scent, even pleasant scents, are counter-productive if applied in heavy doses.
- How about the home’s scent? You can run few lemon wedges through the garbage disposal for a bright natural scent.
- A sparsely decorated home sells better than a fully decorated, even well-decorated home.
My advice? If you’re thinking about selling in Lake Braddock, get to know what’s for ssale. [Recently sold at Lake Braddock] Take a look at the pictures and ask yourself how your house compares to other 4-bedroom houses for sale in Fairfax County. Home buyers in Fairfax County are savvy and they have a lot of information at their disposal.
I’m Alan Clerinx and I’m an expert in Fairfax County real estate. I’m ready to work for you if you want to list your real estate. I’m the person to call if you need to know more about your home’s market value today, and I can point out areas of concern or improvement at your in Burke.