Did you know one of the most popular times to sell a home is in the months right before the holidays? Most people say it is so they can celebrate Christmas and/or Thanksgiving in their new homes with their friends and family around them. If you are ready to upgrade to your next house but are finding it difficult to sell your current property here are some tips and tricks to get your home to sell!
Don’t Over Decorate! People looking to buy a new house need to be able to envision their things, special holiday decorations and family in the property. Make sure to leave them some space for their imagination to take over.
Get rid of the leaves! As we head into fall those leaves are going to start changing color, which is beautiful and colorful, but can make a big mess in the yard. Make sure to rake and clear away any dead leaves and branches to give a clean and welcoming appearance to your curbside.
Candles! The Dos and Don’ts.
Candles can be really warm and inviting in a house, especially in the fall and winter seasons. Keeping one lite in a well ventilated area can really set a tone for the room. However, make sure not to over do it! Too many candles can give your guest a headache. Also try to stick to softer scents that are not too overpowering.
Trying to sell during the holidays can be very stressful. Keep in mind that it may take some extra time due to peoples busy holiday schedules. Closing may take several weeks longer than at other times in the year because of this. If you are in a situation where you can’t take the time or if it’s simply too much stress as you’re trying to move we have one more great tip for you!
Contact Kentucky Sell Now! We will make time for you even during this busy season. Don’t worry about cleaning the yard or hiding away any of your decorations. Just give us a call and we will make you a free cash offer!
Kentucky Sell Now is here to help you unload your house Quickly and Easily! We are here for you every step of the way so that you can get back to focusing on spending the holidays with your family!