How to Prep For Your Open House #2
Can you name that smell? Every home has an odor—good or bad—and you should manage that while your home is on the market. If potential buyers enter your door and get a bad whiff, they are very likely to walk right back out. For your first step, remove any unpleasant odors from your home by cleaning it thoroughly and taking care with problem areas like laundry baskets, sports equipment, pet bedding, and sink drains. Also refrain from cooking strongly-scented foods right before a showing. The real estate professionals at The Avenue can help you get top dollar for your home, using tips like these and so, so many others. Give us a call when you start thinking about entering the market.