Summer Sale

Selling in the summer? Below are a few tips to consider while preparing a home for showings during a summer home sale.

Create Summer Curb Appeal
One of the most important things to concentrate on when selling a home in any season is the exterior and the curb appeal. During summer - Keep lawn cut, bushes & shrubs trimed and flower beds weeded. Touch up any exterior peeling paint, clean up front door, sweep walk.

Summer Staging
Placing bright flowers on dining room table is a simple and inexpensive way to make your home welcoming. Open up drapes and blinds to maximize natural lighting and don’t forget to wash windows.

Keep it Cool
Keep the air moving. If you don’t have central air use ceiling fans to keep the air circulating, open windows to provide proper ventilation if necessary. A cool indoors will keep visitors viewing your home for longer.

Highlight your outdoor living space
People love to be outdoors in the summer, so highlighting your outdoor space is a great way to impress the buyers. Prepare your outdoor patios and decks. Set up your bbq outdoor furniture add some accent pillows, throw blankets & lighting to create a welcoming atmosphere.

Simply said for a summer sale, have your home clean, fresh & comfortable.

And of course...
"CHOOSE CAROLYN" at 778-878-4687 for prompt, professional & personal service.
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