Get Your House Ready to Sell

May 01, 2019 1 min read

Get Your House Ready to Sell

Well, it has finally happened. Your starter home is just not big enough for your growing family, or perhaps your large home is too big without your kids that have left for college, or maybe a new job opportunity is taking your family to a new town. Regardless of the reason for your move, selling your home is step one in your journey. Whether the housing market is hot or cold, maximizing the value of your home with key improvements is a fantastic way to get the most lucrative sale.

There are three things you can do that will create maximum value at the least cost.

  • Declutter - remove anything that’s not needed to highlight the openness of your home. This only costs a little elbow grease and perhaps a couple of friends to move out heavy items.

  • Neutralize - paint rooms that have stark colors. Remember when you painted your daughter’s room hot pink with yellow trim to match her favorite Power Ranger?  It’s time to repaint it beige.

  • Replace worn-out carpet - carpet provides the “canvas” for a home’s decorations, and most home buyers are looking for a home that already has great flooring.

Before listing your home, consider following the easy steps to add value – your wallet will thank you later!

Ready to get new carpet for your home? Visit www.myFlooring.com to purchase your carpet and schedule your installation date online instantly. 



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