Is Your Home Ready to Sell? Main Selling Rooms

RE/MAX Realty Findlay

RE/MAX’s “Fit to Sell” series offers home tips and strategies for home sellers.  As part of this series of posts on getting your home ready to sell, I’ll be highlighting  the best checklists and ideas you can find in the RE/MAX Checklist for Home Sellers document available here.

Main Selling Rooms

Focus on the “main selling rooms” in your home to create a move-in ready feeling and favorable impression on potential home buyers.

Main Selling Rooms: Things to Think About

  1. Front Entrance
    1. How do the rooms look from where you are standing?
    2. Does your entrance feel spacious?
  2. Kitchen
    1. How does the kitchen look and feel when you walk into it?
    2. Determine what needs to be done if your kitchen requires some updating
    3. How do your cupboards look?
  3. Living Room
    1. Does this room feel inviting?
    2. How is your furniture positioned?
    3. Are there any repairs or upgrades needed in this room?
  4. Dining Room
    1. Does this room show it’s function?
    2. Are there any upgrades or repairs needed?
    3. How is the furniture positioned?
  5. Main Floor Family Room
    1. What is the focal point in this room? Is it apparent?
    2. Are there any upgrades or repairs needed?
    3. How is the furniture positioned?
  6. Master Bedroom
    1. Do you feel calm walking into this room?
    2. How is your furniture positioned?
    3. Are there any updates or repairs needed?
  7. Master Bathroom
    1. Are there any updates or repairs needed?
    2. Do you feel relaxed when you walk into this room?

Find more ideas and information on preparing your home for sale in the RE/MAX Checklist for Home Sellers document.

 

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