The temperature is dropping, the leaves are changing, and pumpkin spice everything has taken over the world. With fall color and produce so prominent at this time of year, you may be tempted to load up your home with an abundance of both. However, if you're trying to sell your home now, a little discretion may go a long way.
That's just one of the tips for selling your house in the fall and winter. Here are three more that will really maximize your home sale:
1. Pay close attention to your curb appeal. Too many fall decorations can take the focus off your home and its best features, but a few tasteful accents can create an inviting setting and make your home feel fresh. You’ll also want to make sure fall leaves haven’t taken a toll on your yard. Buyers may be understanding if your yard is covered and unkempt because they’re living in the same reality, but that doesn’t mean your home will make a good impression.
Too many fall decorations can take the focus off your home and its best features.
2. Let the light in. It’s also a good idea to open blinds and make sure your windows are sparkling. Especially now that the days are shorter, you want to maximize the natural light in your home, which will make it look larger.
3. Make your space inviting. As the weather cools down, a warm and cozy atmosphere will give buyers a comforting feeling. Use plush throws on the couches and beds, and place accented pillows on couches and chairs.
If you’d like to know more about selling your home for top dollar or have any real estate questions at all, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to help you.