Western Wake County Moving Tips
Make Your Relocation Easier
With These Staging Tips
Let's face it, moving day is no picnic. Experience has taught us organization is the key to making your relocation to Western Wake County as smooth as possible. By using these helpful tips for staging your home, your moving and selling process will be much more organized and less stressful. If we can be of assistance, contact us, your Western Wake County real estate experts
Make the Front Porch Welcoming
If you have a front porch, then its the perfect opportunity to make a buyer feel at home before they even step through the door. Sweep up the floor, tidy up the furniture, sprinkle some decorations and plants around, and get make sure your welcome mat is fresh and clean!
Cleaning & Repairs
Get to Work Decluttering
It's easy to accumulate a lot of stuff (sometimes unnecessarily) over time, so when moving time comes, the process can be simplified by a little downsizing. Host a garage or yard sale to get rid of outgrown or unused items. If time prevents you from holding a yard sale, consider donating the items to a charitable organization!
Put in Some Elbow Grease
Cleaning is hands down one of the most important parts of the selling process. Even small things like smudged windows and crumby floors can turn a buyer's impression sour. Grab your vacuum, mop up the floors, polish the door handles, and make your home shine! A clean home could mean the difference between a sale or a loss.
Rearrange the Furniture
Furniture can say a lot about a room. Not enough furniture can make a home unwelcoming, while too much can make it claustrophobic. Couches facing a TV versus each other can also convey different meanings to the buyers. Whatever message you would like to send about your home, make sure your furniture conveys it.
The Final Details
Embrace Natural Lighting
A bright and welcoming home will make buyers feel happier and more at home, so open up the shades and let the sunlight in! If some of the lighting in your house is a little harsh, consider swapping the bulbs out for warmer ones. Not only will this make your home cozier, but it makes the buyer feel more comfortable.
Your Western Wake County Home Selling Resources
If you're ready to sell your Western Wake County home, then it's time to contact the team at Gilliam and Associates Realty. These handy home-staging tips are just the beginning of what we have to offer our home sellers. Give a member of our team a call today, and we'll help you on you successful Western Wake County selling journey!