If part of your New Year plans include selling your current home and moving into your new home in San Antonio
, set the stage for success with these home staging tips for styling and upgrading your home to sell quickly.
Enhance curb appeal.
This is something your always hear about and there is a good reason. Many buyers will drive by a home they are interested in first to decide if it is even worth their time to look inside. Make sure your home is ready to lure in onlookers.
Welcome potential buyers with an inviting porch.
Even if it is only a tiny stoop, make the most of it with a doormat, potted plants and if there is enough room for an outdoor chair. Keep your porch lights on in the evenings and illuminate the front walk with solar lights.
Make sure your house is clean
. From clean floors, windows, counters and grout, every surface should sparkle just as you want your new Weston Dean home to when you move in.
Clear away all clutter.
This point is not easy, but all clutter must go. You will have to pack it eventually to move into your new Weston Dean home, so why not get ahead of the game and do it now to make your home appear to have tons of storage.
Don’t forget the closets
. Closet space can be a big selling point for buyers, so show yours off to their full advantage by giving the impression of spaciousness.
Clean up toys.
Even if you have families with children looking at your home, that doesn’t mean they want to see toys everywhere when they come in to look at your house. Have decorative baskets that you can throw toys into for a quick showing. When buyers are house hunting, they are imaging a fresh start, just as you will when you move into your new Weston Dean home. Show them that in this house it is possible to have a beautifully organized kids room and they might choose your home.
These are just a few tips that will help you make the move to selling your home and getting you and your family into your Weston Dean home for the New Year!
Weston Dean Custom Homes is a San Antonio area custom home builder. For more information call (210) 408-9107.