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Posted by Team Edwards on 9/28/2017

For home sellers, maximizing the value of a property remains a top priority. However, finding the best ways to boost the value of a residence quickly can be an uphill climb for many home sellers, and for good reason.

In most instances, home sellers have limited time and resources at their disposal. Thus, dedicating substantial time and resources to complete a full home overhaul rarely, if ever, is an option.

Fortunately, there are many quick, easy ways for home sellers to make the most of their time and resources and boost their value of any home in any housing market. Here are three tips to help home sellers enhance a property's value.

1. Focus on the Kitchen.

The kitchen often represents the main attraction in a home. As such, you may want to allocate time and resources to revamp your kitchen over other areas of your house to boost your residence's value.

Updating your kitchen hardware and cleaning the kitchen floors often requires minimal time and resources but can make a major difference in the eyes of homebuyers. Thus, a home seller who focuses on kitchen enhancements may be able to move one step closer to maximizing the value of his or her house.

2. Paint the Bedroom Walls.

Adding a fresh coat of paint to the bedroom walls can make a world of difference in your bedroom's appearance. Plus, you may be able to paint the walls in only a few hours, which means you won't have to worry about allocating substantial time and resources to complete this task.

Remember, you only get one chance to make a first impression. And if you paint your bedroom walls, you can minimize signs of wear and tear on your walls and give your bedroom a new look and feel. As a result, your bedroom may help your home stand out to homebuyers and enable you to optimize the value of your residence.

3. Keep Your Home's Exterior Clean.

Simple home exterior upkeep can deliver long-lasting benefits, particularly when it comes time to add your house to the real estate market.

Mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges and performing other landscaping tasks will boost your home's curb appeal instantly. In addition, if you power-wash your home's siding and driveway, you can may be able to transform your ordinary house into an attractive one that stirs up plenty of interest from homebuyers.

When it comes to finding ways to boost your home's value, don't be afraid to ask your real estate agent for help. Your real estate agent is an experienced housing market professional, and as such, may be able to offer tips to ensure you can improve your home without breaking your budget.

Furthermore, your real estate agent can provide honest feedback about your home. That way, you can establish realistic expectations and get your house ready to show to potential homebuyers.

Use the aforementioned tips to bolster the value of your home – you'll be glad you did. By doing so, you can enhance your house's appearance inside and out and improve your chances of a quick home sale.




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Posted by Team Edwards on 5/26/2016

What do buyers want in a home? Is it location? Is it size? Could it be an endless list of amenities ? According to a survey done by The National Association of Homebuilders, they want all of the above. According to the survey, buyers say they want a home that is approximately 2,000 square feet. Unfortunately, only one-third of the current homes on the market have 2,000 or more square feet of livable space. Most homes are nearly 40 years old and don't have many of the amenities buyers want. So what is a seller to do? If your home is smaller than what most buyers want, play up on your homes good points. Here are some other features buyers want that could help overcome the objection to the homes smaller square footage. Location: Buyers may consider a smaller home if it's located in the best school district or in a great commuter location. Possibilities: A smaller home may have potential for expansion, making the home suddenly more appealing. Great space: The home may not have the square footage buyers want, so show off the space it does have. Remove any furniture that doesn't complement the home, making the home seem spacious and uncluttered. If your home is smaller than what many buyers want, emphasize the amenities that it does have. Help buyers see the potential in your home. Don't let them rule it out just because its current condition doesn't meet all of their needs.    







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