Reel in the Buyers

Make the most of the season by trying these fresh updates to entice prospective buyers.

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Spring Cleaning
During the transition from winter to spring it is natural to want to clean. A glistening interior will impress buyers and allow them to envision living in your house.

Shape Up the Yard
Selling in the spring means you need to whip your yard into shape as soon as possible. Get rid of winter yard debris and use frost-resistant plants that won’t be affected during some of the chillier nights. Maintaining a clean and colorful yard will add curb-appeal to your home.

Put away your winter clothes
Keeping winter clothes in your closet will take up a great deal of space, which can make your closet area look smaller. So put your winter clothes in storage and impress buyers with all the open space.

Brighten up the entryway
It is time to swap out your winter welcome mat to a clean, appealing one. Adding a few decorative items to your front entry/porch will help set the tone for upcoming showings.

Bring the outdoor scents inside
Spring is an extremely aromatic season, so bring the clean flowery smells inside your home. Studies have shown that mood is affected by scent, so adding candles and freshly cut flowers into your home can positively change the overall feeling inside your home.

 

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