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Todd Tips On Selling Your Home
TODD TIPS â€“ SELLING YOUR HOME
This time of year, it tends to get darker outside earlier than in the spring or summer time. Many times, a buyer will drive by a home a few times to view the neighborhood to see how the home looks during the day and evenings.
That being said, it is a great idea to do the following:
Have exterior illumination (lights) on once dusk comes so the home shows well at all times of day.
Be sure all lights are working.
Take down exterior holiday decorations.
Keep walkways clear of ice/snow if any comes. (Also do this for any showings coming up.)
Keep a few lights on inside the home in areas at the front of the home that have windows. (This adds curb appeal for those evening home-viewers.)
After the holidays, the trend usually is that buyers start looking for possible homes again. If the showings are slow on your home, it may be time to put through a price reduction to recirculate your home so it is seen by more potential buyers!
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