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It's not always an easy thing to say goodbye to your home. Leaving behind
all the memories you made for somewhere new can be bittersweet, but no matter
how you feel you want to make sure you get a fair deal for what you've giving
up. Before you put your beloved home on the market, here are a few things you
can do to give the old place a proper farewell.
Start by taking stock of those many little imperfections that could be mended.
Though they may seem like character marks to you, someone without sentimental
attachment will simply see them as blemishes. Fill in the cracks and uneven
tiles in the pavement so that the elderly buyer won't worry about the
home health care Toronto workers she'll have to hire when she trips
on the walkway, for example. Simply concentrate on areas that will bring back
that shiny new house you knew way back when.
Ensure that all the plumbing, heating, and electrical are up to standards as
well. Hiring a home inspector to point out those little imperfections that built
up over the years will save you from having to pay for those repairs through
your buyer. Little things like replacing leaky plumbing or repairing faulty
wiring will give the impression you have a strapping system in place throughout
and save you having to play caretaker to your home after you've sold it
Before showing off the place you should also clear out any excess clutter.
You want to make your home look like it's maintained by professionals
from a nanny agency Toronto office, not landfill workers. Storing these unwanted
items away from the house not only gives it a cleaner look, but puts more emphasis
on the spaciousness of each room. Open houses sell much easier than cramped
ones, so do what you can to accentuate space wherever possible.
If you're looking to make more than what your house is currently priced
at, hire a designer or consult a real estate agent to see what renovations you
can make to squeeze a little more out of the selling price. Though this expense
isn't necessary, properly planned and executed renovations are a great
way to make a little extra profit on the sale.
A simple and inexpensive way to increase the chances of selling, if not the
value, is to do some minor landscaping. You don't need to hire a foreign
worker in Canada to save cash, either. A few hours of planting shrubs, flowers,
even a garden, can add that extra touch to help move your home. Of course, if
you don't have much of a green thumb you can always hire a professional
landscaper to do the job for you.
What drew you to your home back when might not be what draws in buyers today,
so the best step you can take is to consult the professionals about what it
will take to make buyers love your home as much as you do.