My good friend is a real-estate agent and asked me for some help on a house that she is selling.
Of course I was flattered and said YES! The house was in really good shape, just needed some things moved around and some things taken down to make it more buyer friendly.
You will have to excuse the pictures!
The time of the day made the lighting hard to work with!
Moved all of the previous furniture and brought up this lovely mirror and sofa table from their basement and added these two cute lamps that were hidden in the bedroom!
This kitchen was very nice before! Just took down a few of the owners things off of the cabinets to give it a fresh new look! Note to sellers: Always be sure to clean off your fridge!
Sorry, no before pics. I took away 2 of the chairs,
cleared off the table and moved it away from the wall to make the space appear larger
BEDROOM 1 BEFORE:
Was a toy room for their grandkids, but I thought it was
important to make this room what it is supposed to be.
BEDROOM 1 AFTER:
Added a bed that we got from their basement as well!
BEDROOM 2 BEFORE:
BEDROOM 2 AFTER:
Moved the bed to a different wall, added some
art found in the basement, and added a cute little lamp.
The owner loves to sit on the loveseat in her room and knit and watch TV,
but was just fine with us moving things around if it makes it easier for her to sell her house!
Brought up a wing back chair from the basement and
added a side table to make a nice sitting area.
Only a few simple small changes were needed in this home to make it seller ready! We left a small list for the owners to do on their own that will help them out in their journey of selling their home.
-Clean out closets
-Cut down perrineals in yard
-Clear out the unfinished room in the basement
-Remove some furniture from finished area in the basement
Not hard things to do, but will make a big difference!
You have to make your house, when selling, so that people don't have to imagine it a different way. People make up their minds if they are going to buy a place or not within the first 15 seconds!
Make your first impression count!