5 Customized Ways Your Remodel Will Stand Out in a Crowded Market
When you’re looking to sell your remodeled home, it can be a stressful situation because you want to make sure you make back all of your money and make a profit. It can be even more stressful when you’re selling in a crowded marketplace. Thankfully, there are five customized ways you can approach the issue of standing out of the crowd.
As the conversation surrounding climate change continues to evolve, it’s a great idea to share the various ways your remodel enhances a person’s ability to maintain an eco-friendly lifestyle. If there are specific materials your remodel is made of that are conducive to an eco-friendly home life, promote those features as a selling point. Instead of hiding these features, you should highlight them. Let people know that there is reclaimed wood on the country chic truss. The right buyer will appreciate the character that comes with the home.
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Don’t solely rely on a beautifully remodeled living room to capture the right buyer. Most buyers are visual. They need to see furniture in the space. Create an ambiance with the right staging techniques. Remove personal photos, and replace them with simple art pieces. As you give a buyer the chance to potentially envision themselves in the home, you’ll increase your chances of earning a sale. Everything from the furniture you choose, to the lighting you’ve installed will change the whole atmosphere of the house.
Professional Real Estate Photography
Please don’t make the mistake of assuming you can pull out your smartphone to capture some simple shots. While the technology behind smartphone cameras continues to increase in quality, it’s best to hire a professional real estate photographer. The right photographer will be able to make your photos stand out. Do your remodel the justice by capturing it beautifully online. With all of the different homes that are up for sale, consider the fact that online photos will attract attention if they look really good vs what a realtor took on their cellphone.
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Always be honest about the quality of the home. If the remodel is hiding leaks and other issues, this will leave a lot of people very disappointed. Be thorough in your examination of the project so that you’re able to provide quality to the marketplace.
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Most remodels will get some new paint and flooring. If you are wanting to stand out from the crowd make sure that you get custom made crown molding instead of outdated ones from the hardware store. Ask your handymen when they are bidding on the project if they have custom made molding blades so they can make custom projects that no other homes will get. This attention to detail from custom stone work to non-cookie-cutter molding will catch the eye of many hopeful buyers.
When you remodel a home, it’s easy to focus on what you’ve done to the interior. However, make sure the exterior landscaping matches the interior beauty. Even if you just hire a landscape artist to create a simple plan that’s easy to maintain, don’t forget about the outside of the home. Curb appeal makes a major impression on future buyers.
As you work through the different nuances involved in creating a listing that stands out, be diligent with getting the word out. Plus, when you have a gorgeous remodel to sell, it’s only a matter of time before you find the right buyer at the right price.