Declutter your home
Apart from the fact that cluttering can seriously affect your health, it can also affect your finances. In other words, if you’re trying to get the biggest profit for your home don’t show your buyers some rooms full of toys and all sorts of things that make the rooms smaller than they actually are. More than that, your house will give the impression that it has been poorly maintained. Does “Hoarders” ring any bells?
On the other hand, a neat, organized house will help buyers visualize themselves in that home and imagine what life would be like living there. Therefore, if you want to successfully sell your house, less is more, in this case.
Install smart home technology
If you want to sell your house for more money, throw in some smart-home devices that will improve and simplify the future buyers’ lives, suggests Kelly Hager, CEO of The Kelly Hager Group Real Estate Services. From smart door locks and other home security gadgets to thermostats and smart lighting, these smart-home technologies will help your house stand out from the crowd and have buyers lining up.