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5 Things You Need To Fix Before Selling Your Home
Tuesday, 31 July 2018, 11:30:00 AM

5 Things You Need To Fix Before Selling Your Home

5 Things You Need To Fix Before Selling Your Home

It is everybody's dream to sell their home and be able to move into a bigger and better house in a completely different area but selling your home can get complicated if you do not go through the proper steps beforehand to make sure that your has is updated enough for potential home buyers of your home. Here are 5 things you need to fix before you can even consider selling your home and moving on to bigger and better. Remember that when a home is updated people are more likely to consider it when buying or looking for a new home.

 

Holes Or Cracks

One of the minor things that needs to be updated on your home before you put it on the market and show it to potential buyers is to repair and holes or cracks that may be in any of the walls of your home. Make sure to patch all holes or cracks weather they are big or small and to give your walls a fresh coat of primer and some new paint after you patch all the holes you find. This will make less work for the next owner of your house and is greatly appreciated.

 

Roof and exterior windows

When considering selling your home one of the more important things that needs to be looked at is the roof and exterior windows. You want to make sure there is no damage to the roof or the exterior windows and if there is be sure to fix or replace these issues before you sell your home to the next person. Problems with your roof or windows can cause rain water to get into your house and cause damage to your home over time. These repairs are more expensive and typically turn potential homebuyers away from buying a home when these problems are seen.

 

Replacement Estimates

It is important to get repair or replacement estimates on anything and everything that is wrong or broken with your home so that you can either fix it or tell the next home buyer of your home how much it will cost to repair or replace the problem so they can assess if buying the house is worth it for them when they know everything that they have to repair or replace upon buying the house. Replacement estimates can also help potential homebuyers get a clear understanding of what they are in for.

 

Declutter your home

Before selling your home it is important to remember to declutter your home of all your personal belongings. You can leave some furniture for staging or even pay a company to stage your home with furniture but there is no point leaving all your small Knick knacks laying around because it will cause potential homebuyers to spend less time looking at the actual details of the home and what they want but instead show them how awful your taste or interior decorating may be to them.

 

Clean Everything/Replace Floors

Last but not least it is important to remember to clean your house top to bottom before selling it so you can show it to potential buyers in its cleanest form. Also, replace any flooring that has stains or has been destroyed by any previous or current pets you have because often times pet odors can cause people to turn down potential homes during their search for the perfect home.

 

Aside from making sure you complete these tasks before selling your home remember to make your house look how you would want it to look if you were buying it.


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