You want your property to stand out, right? Of course! That’s the whole point of listing, so potential buyers have a chance to see how amazing your home is and offer you the best price. Well, if you’re going to do it right, you must focus on interior design. I’m not necessarily talking about staging, although they can go hand in hand. I’m talking about true interior design, not just a quick clean up and a little organization. Yes, you should do both of those things but you also want your home to shout “new beginning” to potential buyers. Here are three things you should think about when selling.« Continue »
You never know what will offend someone in today’s day and age. One word or image out of place can set off a social media firestorm like nobody’s business. So when it comes to staging for the holidays, I can see why it’s like walking a minefield. But that doesn’t mean your house has to look as sterile as a prison cell to attract any buyer. There are some tasteful and elegant ways to still enjoy the holidays and keep your home on the market.
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Most people try to get as much from the sale of their property as possible when selling. If you’re planning on listing your property, you are probably doing a little bit of research as to how to appeal to a wide range of homebuyers, stage appropriately, and make your home look as attractive as possible. Because I work with both buyers and sellers, I have the inside scoop as to what buyers are looking for and how sellers can appeal to these types of buyers.« Continue »
Tierra Linda Ranch appeals to a certain type of home buyer. Many of these buyers are attracted to this community for its equestrian properties, horse barns or access to the airports. Many homes nearby the airport actually have their own hangars that house private smaller planes such as Cessnas. If you’re looking to sell your property you have to focus on the highlights in the features that make your property stand out among the rest.« Continue »