6 Ways To Appeal To First Time Home Buyers

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6 Ways To Appeal To First Time Home Buyers – Buying your first home is a big deal and something that won’t be taken lightly by anyone. As a seller, knowing how to update your home before putting it on the market and knowing how to stage your home before a prospective buyer comes in for a viewing, can put you ahead of the game. Here are 6 tips to help you appeal to a first-time home buyer.

Deep Clean

This might be an obvious one, but you’d be surprised! Give your home a deep clean, or hire a professional to do so. You wouldn’t want to show up to a viewing at a dirty house, so don’t let a potential buyer walk into a mess.

Declutter

The best way to show a potential home buyer that your home is right for them is to depersonalize and neutralize everything. Get rid of the clutter early on and it will help you when your home is sold and you’re getting ready to move.

Fix What’s Broken

Have a leaky faucet or a light bulb is burned out? These are quick fixes prior to showing your home that will make all the difference in the long run.

Touch Up

After a few years of wear and tear, your floors and walls can be a bit scratched. Do your best to buff and paint where necessary to improve the overall look of your home.

 

Curb Appeal

If a prospective buyer pulls up to your home and they’re not wowed, they might not even want to walk inside. Make sure your landscaping is flawless and give your front door some fresh paint to make your home appear more welcoming.

 

Don’t Forget a Space

Make sure to do a walk through of your home before the showing. You don’t want to leave any space forgotten, even small spaces matter!

Accessorize Wisely

When it comes to home staging, less is definitely more. Don’t overdo it and always seek help from a professional if you’re not sure (Pinterest is also a great resource).

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