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Before you remodel your kitchen, consider upgrading the whole house
Carol and Nate were considering remodeling their kitchen in their lovely ranch home in Linwood, NJ. This older home had the original kitchen, closed off from the living room and dining room and had limited shelf and counter space. They consulted several builders and realized a new kitchen would cost then tens of thousand of dollars and they would still not have the open concept that they wanted.
Then they considered the option of purchasing a newer home… and even considered a 55 and over community. Carol and Nate, found me on my website and asked for my help. We quickly got their home listed and staged to sell and within two weeks we had multiple offers and accepted a full price offer.
From there they located a lovely newer home in Egg Harbor Township with a fabulous open layout and stunning kitchen. They sold their home and moved in to their new home on the same day.
So before you remodel your kitchen, consider upgrading the whole house. You may find that you’ll get greater value when you move up to a newer home.
Here’s a quick note to let you know how I can help you—or anyone you feel comfortable introducing me to.
A key factor in attracting (or repelling) home buyers is the cleanliness and orderliness of a home. While buyers are sympathetic toward sellers who must live in a home while selling it, most buyers can’t see past the normal clutter of a lived-in home.
Buyers view dozens of homes in a row. When they walk into a home, they’re instantly comparing it to sparkling clean, well-staged homes they’ve just seen. If a home is even slightly cluttered with toys, books, furniture and refrigerator magnets, buyers can be turned off, simply by comparison. The solution? Work with me to spot the areas of potential problem. I’ll help you figure out where to put your energy for the highest impact. Then start packing. Move 70% of your stuff out to a storage unit, and clean, clean, clean.
If you or someone you care about wants to get advice about preparing their house to sell, please contact me at 609-338-3773 or email@example.com. Ask for a copy of my report, Five Deadly Mistakes Home Sellers Make.
Your Real Estate Consultant For Life Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore 609-484-9890 ext 132
P.S. Who do you know who’s thinking about selling their home? Please introduce us so that I can make suggestions for how to get their house ready.