- An empty home is not as appealing as a sparsely decorated home.
- Arrange furniture to maximize floor space but to create conversation zones where a buyer can imagine chatting with friends or family.
- Consider updating your faucets. They can really change the look of a bathroom or kitchen and are much cheaper than a remodel.
- Dried flowers and candles in complementary colors are an inexpensive way to add interest in a nondescript bathroom.
What should you do to make your high-rise condo more attractive to buyers? Your home is a personal statement about who you are. But when you put your home on the market, it's no longer your home. It's a product for sale. When you decide to sell, you have to think seriously about removing some of your personal indulgences. Depersonalizing is a good idea when you decide to sell. Should you paint before you market? Sometimes, painting means just the front door. Your front door really is your home's first impression. For whatever reason, gray and navy front doors seem to fetch more money! You can save a lot of money by painting yourself. On the other hand, if you can't do a professional job, you're much better off paying a painter to make your property look great. Have you thought about your window treatments? If you ask me, I'll always say that it’s better to have bare windows rather than the wrong window treatments. You may have forgotten that some windows and views in your home are so beautiful that they are diminished by most any embellishment. A minimalist theme is often best for selling a home, because purchasers fill that empty space with their imaginations. The space in your closet above your clothes rack is usually wasted. You can put this space to work with easy-to-install pull-down rods. Install the rod anywhere near the ceiling and substantially increase the usable room in your closet. Countertops, console tables, open-shelving , tabletops, bed side tables—because any flat surface—looks best with as little as possible on display. These items are personal in nature and might not be of any interest to a home shopper. Here's some more suggestions: