A few weeks ago, our Florida Moving Systems blog went over a few practical ways to improve the curb appeal of your house while on the market. If you are one of our readers trying to sell your home in the Vero Beach or Melbourne areas, we hope you found our suggestions helpful and maybe even put them to use! If you haven’t had a chance to read the article, click here.
Are you sick of shoving unwanted items under the bed to hide them from view? Do you hesitate to swing open your closet doors for fear of an avalanche of your personal belongings crashing down on you? Are you having to get creative to find new food prep areas because there are piles of mail, random artifacts, purses, and phone chargers taking up your counter space? If any of this applies to you, you’ve come to the right place!
Every real estate professional knows that an attractive face (and we’re not talking about make-up) is not merely memorable, it can be the deciding factor in the sale of a home. After all, no one wants to buy a house that makes them cringe when they look at it! The experts at Florida Moving Systems have uncovered some of the most helpful tips to increase your likelihood of selling your house quickly. Embellishing the exterior of your home is actually one of the best ways to do this. Keep reading and discover ways to impress potential buyers.
In today’s economy and real estate market, it is not surprising that selling your home can be a complicated and drawn-out process. Even after the process of finding and selecting a buyer, there are still more hurdles to face such as inspections or checking the house. Depending on your agent, you may be recommended to upgrade several features to increase your home’s selling value which can take time and cost a lot of money.
Now to talk about a subject that hasn’t received any attention all year: hurricanes (you’re correct, that was sarcasm). Right now if you scroll down a page of any of your social media, open the internet browser on your computer, or turn on the TV, you will likely see either the name Harvey or Irma, the two most recent hurricanes that had devastating effects on parts of the world.
If you read our most recent blog, hopefully, you implemented the helpful tips on how to prepare for a hurricane and got busy stocking up on water, batteries, non-perishable foods, and refilled any medications. As all of us in the Brevard County area continue to watch out for possible upcoming storms, make sure your house is prepped and ready to withstand the strong winds and rain hurricanes bring.