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  • Suzie Wilson

Getting Your Home Ready for the Market


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So, you’re thinking about putting your home on the market. If you’re like most home sellers, your goal is to clinch a deal quickly without having to come down too much on your asking price. However, this is probably not going to happen unless you put some effort into shaping up your home to impress potential buyers. Here are some resources to help guide you through the process of getting your home ready to sell:


Decluttering and Packing


Before you do anything, the most important step is decluttering, organizing, and packing. While you don’t need to pack away everything, tucking away items you don’t need for a while can open up the space.



Cleaning and Upkeep


Once you’ve decluttered and organized, it’s time for a deep clean. You want your home spotless, and you need a plan to keep it that way. In addition to cleaning, you want to address repairs or necessary maintenance.



Exterior Improvements

A clean, inviting home is a must, but to get buyers inside, you’ve got to make the outside stand out. Look for ways to boost your curb appeal, and be sure to tend to any maintenance tasks you’ve been putting off.




Preparing for Showings

Once your home is listed and ready to go, it’s time to prepare yourself, your home and family for showings. Particularly the ones that come at the last minute!




The resources listed here are a great place to start when it comes to getting your home ready to sell. Remember to put in the time decluttering, cleaning, shaping up the exterior, and doing any other tasks that improve the appeal of your home. All the effort will prove worth it when you’re signing the papers on closing day!


You don't have to tackle the selling process alone. Work with Treasea Johnson of O’Brien Realty to get your home sold quickly and get the best price possible. 817.909.0428

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