From the outside, your home has great curb appeal, a perfect lawn, mature landscaping, and it’s in a desirable neighborhood. It’s competitively priced and your realtor is showing it daily. The problem is it’s not selling.
Maybe it’s time to address the inside or your home. Potential buyers like your floorplan, your floors, and the size of your bedrooms. But what is distracting your potential buyer could be your décor.
When marketing your home for sale, this is the time when you need to appeal to the masses or create a neutral style enough to allow your home’s features to shine. As we know, first impressions are most important so it is essential to welcome the potential buyer with a home they can envision themselves living in and enjoying.