How to Get Your Home Ready For Sale

Getting your home ready for sale can be overwhelming if you don’t have a plan. Planning is simply taking each room at a time to make a list of what needs to be done, what you need to purchase to make that possible and a flexible outlook to repair or replace items that a buyer may object to. This is really easy and won’t take as long as you think.

Go to the Paint Store

Go to the paint store first thing. If you don’t have the colors written down of what paint colors you used, go to the paint store and get some samples first that you think will match. Get paint samples that you can use to compare your grout and caulk as well.

Scope Out the Hardware Store

Scope out the hardware store to see what they have so that you know what it available. Gold knobs and fixtures are hard to find for instance so have a gameplan about what you will replace.

Lighting, Faucets and Door Knobs

Lighting, faucets and door knobs are important to replace. This is a cheap fix to many outdated issues. A handyman can put these in for you and they really make a difference that buyers what to pay for. Resist using fancy, fancy stuff. You won’t get your money back. Use medium line stuff.

So, the first thing to do is to star