3 Home Staging Tips for Fall


3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

We’ve all heard the phrase “You only get one chance at a first impression”. When it comes to selling your home in the DC, MD, OR Northern VA, putting your best foot forward will help you stand out from the competition. These seasonal home staging tips can make picky buyers get in gear and whip out their checkbooks for fear of missing out on a great home:

 

#1 of 3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

— Raking-mandatory, not optional

 

It happens every year, yet it still catches many by surprise. LEAVES FALL. When they do, you’ve got to be sure that they don’t overshadow all the hard work you put in cultivating that lovely landscaping and green law. Curb appeal can make buyers salivate before they step inside your home, building anticipation that could lead to a lasting positive impression. Therefore, the yard must stay clean and green. When the leaves fall, you’ve gotta catch ’em all!

 

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3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

 

#2 of 3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

— Burn Baby Burn

 

If your home has a fireplace, don’t miss out on the rare opportunity to light a fire and set a super cozy scene during your open house weekend, real estate marketing photo session, and/or motion capture session (only if your realtor knows how to utilize video properly, not for a dated “virtual tour”). If the home is clean, updated, tasteful arranged/staged, priced in the market, AND YOU LIGHT THE FIREPLACE, then you might as well just start packing. If you have a real estate professional that does more than just put a sign in the yard and instead puts your home in front of the world, your property should general quite a bit of interest. The fire will only further distinguish your home as the perfect place for future family gatherings and quiet moments during the winter.

 

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#3 of 3 Home Staging Tips for Fall

— Quench thine unseasonal thirst

 

If you’ve lived in the DC area for more than a couple of years, you’ve likely experienced some rather warm days in the fall(and maybe even winter). Don’t let your yard suffer because Mother Nature hasn’t made up her mind yet. Water your lawn and landscaping regularly to keep that foliage healthy and happy. A green lawn translates into more green in your pocketbook. Who doesn’t want that?!

 

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