Homeowners with homes for sale may be looking for ways to attract potential buyers without having to spend a lot of time or money on changes. Statesman.com has compiled a list of quick fixes that could help increase interest.
The source suggests homeowners host a mock open house for friends and family and ask for anonymous feedback on any negative issues seen with the home. This is a great way to know what improvements are worth making according to what visitors notice most.
The news source also says homeowners may want to invest in a professional cleaning service, and make sure the home smells good using natural scents versus artificial potent fragrances. Eliminating clutter is also important to showcase the home's counter and closet space. The source also advises maximizing the natural light throughout the home by removing screens and cleaning the windows before opening the curtains and blinds.
If the home has been listed for a while, the source says it is important to have an up-to-date listing that features quality photos of the home. Capturing unique details and characteristics of the home could be what is needed to attract potential buyers.