When staging an open house look at any problems spots from the buyer’s perspective. If the walls are painted a color that only you might like or that a potential buyer might find unattractive then you should paint the walls a neutral color or some type of off white. This way they can picture the room’s walls painted in a color that they like and would go with their decor that would be in the room.
You should plan fixing areas of the home that seem outdated. One example is kitchen cabinets that may be painted an ugly color or the knobs are mismatched, discolored, or even missing you should replace the knobs with something attractive. You could even remove the paint if you want and re-stain the cabinets a wood color. Make sure that the countertops are not stained or chipped.
Make sure to fix any minor repairs such as a step that is loose on the staircase leading to the basement or outside, a leaky faucet, missing railing on the stairs, etc. You do not want someone to fall and get hurt. Seeing little things like this can make some buyers feel that moreRead More