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Preparing Your Home for a Spring Sale

Preparing Your Home for a Spring Sale

Moving this spring? Preparing your home for a spring sale is easy! As winter melts away, the new energy buzzing in the air makes this time of year one of the most exciting periods to sell a home.

Here’s what you should do before you list your home:

Spring Cleaning Overhaul

The biggest part of preparing your home for a spring sale is to completely shake off the dredges of winter.

To spruce up the outside of your home, you should focus on the following things:

  • Pressure washing the outside of your home to ensure all dirt and grime that built up during the cold weather is removed.
  • Adding sealant to your driveway to keep it looking fresh and new.
  • Repainting any shutters, siding, or doors that are looking tired.

To prepare the inside of your home, you should focus on decluttering it! We have an excellent blog on how to get your home cleaned up and organized in no time right here.

Invest in Flowers

In the iconic words of Meryl Streep, "Florals for spring? How groundbreaking."

It’s cliché because it really works. Springtime is a season for new beginnings, so by planting beautiful, bright flowers in your front yard and placing fresh bouquets in multiple places around your home, you’ll be one step closer to convincing potential buyers that this happy home should be their next one.

Bring out the Furniture

Spring is a prelude to summer. To backyard BBQs and long talks on the front porch. Now that it is getting warm enough for these things, part of preparing your home for a spring sale is reminding potential buyers that your house is the perfect place for these activities. You need to help them see themselves there.

You can do this by installing a tree swing, placing a table and chairs near your backyard pool, or placing a nice bench on your porch.

Interested in selling your home this spring? Contact us today by clicking here. We can’t wait to work with you.

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