As temperatures rise at the start of the Spring season, so do the number of new property listings. As a seller, it’s all the more important to ensure your property stands out from the pack to draw in potential buyers. To make a good first impression, your property’s curb appeal must be high enough to motivate a potential buyer to stop and check out the house. By simply trimming trees, weeding and adding plants to your front lawn, you can set a positive tone for the viewing for the rest of your property.
Once a potential buyer has crossed your home’s threshold, you should have items in place to entice them to stay. For example, fresh flowers and a scented candle can make a world of difference to how a potential buyer perceives the house. Also, removing everyday clutter can make rooms look larger, helping you achieve the maximum price your property can attain.
For more on how to attract potential buyers to your property, head to The Chronicle to read the full article.