You have decluttered, done all the necessary repairs, and cleaned your house inside and out. Believe it or not, you are already ahead of most other people who are putting their houses on the market. Now the chance your house will sell is much higher than it once was, but you might not get the best price. The reason is that buyers, realistically or not, expect your house to be in good repair and clean to begin with. How can it be anything else? To make them pay top dollars you need to wow them. You need to revitalize your house.
Revitalizing, as we will show you, is not remodeling, which is usually expensive and delays the selling of your house. While remodeling has its place, it’s not always practical like they make it out on home and garden TV shows. Rather, focus on small, inexpensive improvements that yield big results.
Bombard the buyers with nice imageries of your house, inside and outside. You want them to linger as long as possible. The longer they stay, the stronger the emotional bond becomes. Once they connect at this level, an offer isn’t far off.