Home Staging Tips for a Successful House Sale

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    Home Staging Tips for a Successful House Sale

    Many people need to sell their house before they can move to a new one. But with a competitive market, trying to sell your home can often delay your move plans. Here are some staging tips to make your house stand out to potential buyers and sell faster.

    • Stage Seasonally

    For the autumn season, decorate with cozy elements such as blankets and pillar candles. Even some pumpkins or gourds may be a nice touch.

    • Scent Matters

    Make sure that your home smells like a welcoming place to potential buyers. Baking cookies before a showing or using oil diffusers will go a long way. Tis the season for pumpkin spice, get a pumpkin candle to show it off.

    • Swap out Energy-Saver Lightbulbs for High-Wattage Ones

    Good lighting is crucial. While you may choose to use energy-saving lighting while you live in your home, using bright lights for showings is important. You want to make sure that people can see all of the nooks and crannies clearly.

    • Keep Tidy

    Cleanliness is one of the most important aspects of making a home attractive to buyers. Take a little bit of time every day to mop the floors, wipe the countertops, and keep dust at bay.

    • Declutter

    Keep your home as organized and spacious as possible. If you need temporary storage, Carey offers portable and mobile storage containers.

    • Take Care of Small Repairs

    Many buyers will want to purchase a home that doesn’t need a lot of fixing up. A fresh coat of paint on the kitchen cabinets, changing out hardware to something more modern or replacing old-looking fixtures and appliances. Doing small repairs before putting your house up for sale will help to make your home stand out.

    These staging tips may help to make your house stand out in a competitive market. Creating a beautiful and welcoming atmosphere for buyers to get excited about is the key to a successful sale. You can check out our other moving tips for further reading. Best of luck!

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