You have listed your house with multiple realtors and no-one has even bothered to make an offer. More often than not, houses that are well looked after, maintained and even completely renovated sell much quicker than others. If you’ve hit a wall, and don’t know how to get your home looking spiffy without spending top dollar, we’ve got some handy tips right here for you. All these activities can be done by yourself, and won’t cost an arm and a leg.
Upgrade That Horrible Tiles
How do you do that? With some paint and simple color coordination, of course! If you have some nasty tiles that are still in a good condition, and you can’t re-tile, simply paint it. Whether you want them all one color or a black-and-white diner look, there is a world of possibilities with a bucket of paint!
Get Some New Handles and Knobs
Whether you like them swanky or antique, adding a special spunk to your house with new door handles and knobs will already give your home a polished look, without breaking the bank! While you are at it, you can even paint cabinets and doors in statement colors just to make it pop! Nothing looks and feels better than something with a new coat of paint!
Do a Major Cleanup
Less fun, but also necessary if you are serious about selling your house. If you have not paid any attention to your garden or the exterior of your house, maybe it is time to just review and see what the state of affairs are. Clean up the garden, give the exterior some paint, you should always try to impress prospective buyers by what the house looks like from street view.
Ask Our Friendly Advice
Who better to ask about what buyers are looking at than real estate agents? If you feel like you are stuck in a rut and you have done everything you could to improve the appearance of your home, just ask an expert. A professional real estate agent will be able to tell you exactly what buyers like and dislike, giving you an advantage.
If all else fails, why not list your property with Move 2 NJ Realtors? We are pretty sure that your property will sell in no-time. But, if you just start out on some of the tips mentioned above, you should already be making an improvement.