First impressions are lasting impressions.
Usually, We have only one opportunity to make a lasting first impression. Let’s work together to make sure it is a positive impression.
1. Plan Ahead
2. Clean, Declutter and Depersonalize
3. Maximize Curb Appeal
4. Pay Attention to Kitchens and Bathrooms
5. Appeal to the Senses
6. Show Off Your Home's Best Features
Homes must be Priced Right and Look Better than the Competition
People will not over-pay, but they will pay a premium for “the best” real estate property on the Market. Before Buyers decide to buy, they need to mentally move their own belongings into the home. If a home has too much or too little in it, it is difficult for most Buyers to visualize how their own belongings will look in the home. Most people buy on emotion; therefore we want to emotionally connect them to your home. In this competitive real estate market, staging has become the tool of choice that gives homeowners and Realtors the edge over the competition.
Repairs or Maintenance
Buyers are always looking for a deal, so making sure all necessary repairs and maintenance are done will help to eliminate their negative checklist. Connie can provide you with checklists that will help you prepare your home for marketing and sale.