Repaint with Neutrals – You can’t go wrong with neutral, light paint colors. They not only compliment the spring season but also match just about any décor and furniture you have or will have in your home. We suggest adding a fresh coat of paint on your walls before you start showing your house. Get rid of all the bold, bright wall colors that probably don’t appeal to the mass public.
Fix What’s Broken – Doors, windows, and tiles should all be repaired before the first prospective buyers see your home. Buyers don’t want to look at a house and have to make a list of all the broken items that will need fixing in the first weeks they move in. A buyer will get a home inspection that will detect all the damaged items, so fix them now.
Lighten Up – Use the abundant natural spring lighting to open spaces and brighten all your rooms. Make sure your windows are clean, so they allow maximum light in and change to lighter curtains for spring. Pull up blinds and push aside curtains when potential buyers are looking at your home. Natural lighting does wonder for opening up and brightening interior spaces.
Add Décor – Flowers and succulents are the easiest