Spring has sprung! Finally! The best way to make your home show best for a potential sale this time of year is to make people think spring when they walk into your house. Most people in Vermont cannot wait for summer once they have made it through a long tough snowy winter here. I've found and I now suggest to my clients that you as a seller help the buyer get those great summer memories and feelings when they are in your home. By doing so, this may illicit good thoughts and help them fall in love with your home! Here are some tips to bring a little spring inside your home to help with a quicker sale.
1) Bring pops of spring colors into your home.
2) Add vases of bright yellow Tulips.
3) Add a contrasting colored Orchid (fuchsia) to complement the pop of yellow Tulip.
4) Repaint a few rooms to a light fresh color to brighten up the room
5) Clean the WINDOWS! So important! Not only does it let the light in but it shows that you care!
6) Think about adding beautiful lemons or limes into your decorating. They always look so fresh and the colors can help a room. Adding them to a clear class vase is an inexpensive way to spice up a room.
7) Add bright colored accent pillows. I love bold prints.
As always, make sure all the window shades are up in your home for the showings allowing the maximum amount of light to come through.
Try some of these tips and not only see how beautiful your home looks but watch how beautiful fast it will sell!
Author:Ryan Miller Phone: 802-999-6983 Dated: April 29th 2015 Views: 286 About Ryan: Coming from a family with countless years of real estate experience, I knew my calling early. After ...
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