The best way to improve your home for a speedy sale!

Dated: March 22 2019

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You have decided to sell your home, and you are eager to sell it ASAP! You need to move or want those proceeds immediately, but how?

Let’s go through the best ways to efficiently and effectively improve your home for a speedy sale.

First, curbside appeal. This is the first thing every potential buyer sees so make it stand out!



Some suggestions: Hire a gardener to clean and spruce up the entrance Remove superfluous items from the front of your home, i.e. garbage cans, strollers, etc. Put a fresh coat of paint on your home’s exterior

Second, this is the time to clean and eliminate all clutter inside your home.



Here’s how: Give away extra toys, clothes, and anything else that makes it look crowded or disorganized Organize the kitchen countertops and closets Place bulky items in storage

Finally, hire a professional, licensed realtor. A realtor with experience and expertise like me can help sell your home quickly for the best price.





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Kenneth Manesse

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