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Selling Your Prescott Home? Reap The Benefits of Home Renovations

posted in Home Selling Tips by Kathleen Yamauchi

When selling your home quickly and at the highest possible value renovations can help sell your home expeditiously. Jump start your imagination and get started today.

Remodel your Kitchen and bath


Remodeling your kitchen or bath adds the most value to your home. Adding fresh paint, water saving features on faucets and shower heads and energy efficient lighting you can transform a room into an inviting space worth investing in.

Curb appeal


What would potential buyers say about your curb appeal? Would they stop and tour your home or would they just keep on driving? As they say first impressions are everlasting and that applies to many facets in our lives including our home. Investing in landscaping and the exterior of you home promotes the pride and lures a potential buyer to a well maintained home. In particular desert landscaping that requires very little water to maintain is appealing to Prescott home buyers.

These simple renovations can not only help you sell your home, they can help usher a new and exciting chapter in your life.

Home staging


The goal of Home staging is to present an appealing and welcoming feeling to potential buyers in your home. All personal items should be removed as you want to create an environment that allows the potential buyer to envision themselves living in the home. Add a flower arrangement and fresh baked cookies to awaken the senses and you will add a dramatic affect for a small investment.

The Right Prescott Realtor


Although selling your house can present challenges, make sure to invest time in choosing a Prescott Real Estate professional to represent you and your home. Many Realtors have found creative ways to make you feel like they are marketing your home, but are they really? Find out what their marketing plan actually consists of and what can you expect in the way of advertising and Web presence. Take a moment and look at their website as if you were a buyer. Is it easy to navigate? Do the listings show well? Would you feel confident in your home being listed on their site?