Are you thinking about selling your house but are hesitant to put it on the market since the peak selling season has already ended? Well, don’t despair. You may have missed the sizzling summer selling season but you can still sell your home in the next few months. It may take a little more effort on your part but the rewards will definitely be well worth it.
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A little bit of elbow grease can do wonders so start cleaning up to make your house look its best. A clean and organized house will look good in photos and impress potential buyers during viewings.
Use curb appeal to make a great impression:
First impressions count so make sure potential buyers like what they see when they drive by or arrive for a viewing. Consider painting the exterior of the house with a warmer hue to make it more inviting, and keep your yard clutter-free. Accentuate your landscape with a few seasonal decorations such as pumpkins and gourds to make it more appealing to potential buyers. Keep in mind that a great curb appeal can help you command a higher price and increase your chances of selling your house in less time.
Create a cozy atmosphere:
Since it can already get pretty chilly at times, try to create a warm atmosphere inside your home. Apply a fresh coat of paint on your walls, make sure your house has plenty of light, and set the thermostat at a comfortable temperature. Display a fall centrepiece to highlight a certain area and add pops of bright colors to breathe life into the room.
To further increase your chances of selling your house fast this autumn, consider working with a credible realtor in your area. This can help spell the difference between selling your house fast and letting it sit on the market for an indefinite period of time.
About the author: Pam Santoroa is a real estate agent in Alpharetta serving home buyers and home sellers in Cumming, Johns Creek, Milton, Mountain Park, Roswell, Duluth, Buford, Marietta, Canton and Woodstock areas. She works with buyers to help them find the perfect home (budget, schools, design etc.), while she helps sellers with staging, pricing and presenting their homes to get a good price quickly. Pam lives by the motto that "No ONE Sells a Home Like a MOM!"