Linda’s Weekly Blog: Is Your Home Ready to Sell?
Are you thinking of selling your home now? Or, in the future? I have read some interesting articles for sellers. When I’m working with the sellers who are putting a home on the market for sale, they often ask what should they do to their house to make it ready for sale? First and foremost, make sure the home is clean inside and outside and odor-free. Of course, the key is to de-clutter as much as possible and to de-personalize home as much as possible… put away the family portraits and put away all the stuff that sits on the counters like lotions and soaps …
Curb Appeal is very important…it is the first impression of your home. In Florida, it means power wash the drive and clean the roof. Are the bushes and trees trimmed? Is the grass in good condition? You want your house to look like it is cared for.
I have included three articles on getting your home ready to sell…what do inspectors look for?
11 Lies You Can Not Tell When Selling Your Home which includes water leaks and damage, termite damage, known mechanical problems…
Link to full Villa article:
What Do Home Inspectors Usually find?
Keep your home in its best shape so that it passes its home inspection. Too many home repairs can kills a deal on the sale of a house!
Another recent article from FAR on home Inspections: