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Can’t Sell Your Home? These Top Turnoffs May Be the Reason

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Selling your home must be easy right? You offer it for sale and someone comes and purchases it. If only it were that simple. One of the biggest mistakes that sellers make is assuming that everyone will love their home just the way it is. It can be hard to face the truth, but your home is not going to be appealing to the masses and that is okay. There are ways you can fix this, and a professional real estate agent and home staging specialist can assist you.

Below, we will talk about some of the biggest turnoffs that home buyers look for and why your home may not be selling as quickly as you would like.

The Front Door

Yep, the front door means more than you think it does. In fact, homes that have an ugly front door sell at a slower rate than those that have a beautiful front door.

If you are unhappy with your front door or if your front door is old and worn down, it is time to replace it – trust us, your home will sell faster too.

Bad Curb Appeal

They say that your eyes can tell you a lot about something and it holds true when a home buyer looks at your home too. If your home has bad curb appeal, you will not sell your home as fast as you like.

One way to spruce up your curb appeal is to change out the front door as mentioned above, but to also cut the lawn, do some landscape, and simply give your home a nicer look on the outside.

Personal Items on Your Walls

Remember, a home buyer does not want to picture you in the home and they want to be able to picture themselves in the home. If you have too much of stuff still on the walls, then those home buyers will turn around and walk out.

A good rule of thumb is to remove all pictures and personal items and then have the home professionally staged. This way, home buyers have a clean slate and they can picture themselves utilizing the space.

Home Clutter

If your potential buyers are walking into your home and they see walls and walls of clutter then the first impression is a complete turn off. You need to remove the clutter throughout the house. You should look into renting temporary storage until your house is sold. This will be money well spent and will help potential buyers visualize them living in the home without all of the surrounding clutter. You can find storage size information here: https://www.storagearea.com/blog/how-much-storage-space-do-you-need-storagearea-com-answers-all-your-questions.html

Popcorn Ceiling

Done are the days of popcorn ceilings and if your home still sports one, it may be time to ditch it. Home buyers do not want the added expense of removing the popcorn themselves or having a professional do it for them.

Fortunately, un-popcorning your ceilings is not too expensive, so if you want to sell it quick, you may want to have the popcorn removed.

Pets and People

There is nothing like walking into a home to look at it and it is still full of someone else’s stuff AND their pets OR themselves. You want to make sure no one is living in the home or at least home when the house is shown and keep the pets out of the picture.

Make the Necessary Changes and Your Home Will Sell

If you make the noted changes above, your home will sell faster than you can imagine. Take some time to look at your home from an unbiased viewpoint and make the corrections to sell it quickly.

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