I’ve written a lot about timing and this is also a factor in the time you take to prepare your home for sale. Yes there are things you definitely should do, but there are things that can slow you down to the point of costing you money.
Not to mention the return on investment you get from different home improvements. It is very important to get your Real Estate professionals opinion on what to do and not do before spending the money.
One of the most gratifying things, other than negotiating a great deal for my clients or seeing the joy on clients faces, is when someone says “I never would have thought of that”.
When I go through the house with a client preparing to sell their most valuable asset, I look at it objectively with fresh eyes. I can always give a suggestion and often one that will save time and money. How about just painting that one wall that needs it and creating an accent wall? How about some new hardware on those cupboards instead of new doors? A new kitchen is great but you are unlikely to get 100% of the value back. Spending $ 20,000 to get $ 15,000 doesn’t make sense unless you are in a Buyers market and you need to also increase the saleability.
There is almost always and “UNLESS” so ask a professional first!
I’d be happy to have a look at your home and give you my professional advice.
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