Many Plymouth home sellers may not realize this, but most home buyers decide whether they like a home or not within the first several seconds of seeing it.
That’s why it’s critically important that your southeast Michigan home for sale is in top condition before any prospective home buyers see your home.
Below, you’ll find tips on how to prepare your home for showings.
Guarantee a Pleasant Showing for Plymouth Buyers By Doing These Things
Here are some things that you can do to help home buyers visualize living in your Plymouth home one day:
Make the home buyer feel welcome. You don’t want the buyer to feel like a guest in the house, you want them to feel at home there. So help them feel comfortable by leaving before any showings start and not pressuring the buyer to hurry.
Create a warm ambiance. You can do this by lighting candles, playing soft and relaxing music or turning on any interior water fountains you may have.
Maintain a moderate temperature in the home. If your home is too cold or too hot, it will likely make the home buyer feel so uncomfortable that they’ll want to hurry up and leave your home. This is exactly the opposite of what you want them to do. You want them to linger and to take time imagining what it’s like to live there. So make them comfortable by setting a moderate temperature in the home.
Avoid Using Powerful-Smelling Air Fresheners. Not only could some home buyers be allergic to the scent you’re using but others may find the smell downright repulsive. Instead, consider opening the windows for a fresh breeze, weather permitting.
Light Up Your House. Do this with both natural light and artificial light. The more light the better since light tends to make rooms feel more open, more spacious and more inviting.
Consider Leaving Some Food Out For Home Buyers. Nothing makes home buyers feel more at home and more inclined to stay than warm cookies fresh out of the oven or another savory snack.
Give Buyers Information About Important Aspects of the Home. This may include information on the kind of paint finishing you used in the dining room or background information on the chandelier hanging in your two-story folder.
Allow – and even encourage – home buyer feedback. Entice buyers to leave a few comments about what they thought of your house by leaving blank notepads or questionnaires by the door. Don’t forget to include some pens! Even if the home buyer doesn’t end up purchasing the house, these comment cards will give you a good idea of what buyers are noticing about your home.
Sell Your Plymouth Michigan Home for Sale Today!
When it comes to selling your home, every little thing that you can do as a home seller to attract a potential home buyer counts!
Contact me, Noel Bittinger, today to learn more about what you can do to guarantee yourself a successful outcome on the Plymouth housing market.
While you’re at it, make sure to check out some of the home-selling resources I’m offering right now online, such as:
Until next time,