Lynette Bagala, Realtor offers tips to get your home ready to sell! Contact Lynette Bagala at 337-256-3300 or 337-735-4040 with any questions or assistance in getting your home sold.https://youtu.be
Selling: Get the most bang for your buck!
Thinking of putting your house on the market? Before taking the leap remember, first impressions are everything!
Here are just a few ideas that won't break the bank to get you more bang for your buck.
**Curb Appeal - Maintain your lawn. Keep grass cut, fresh mulch will livin up your landscaping and don't forget to pull those weeds.
**De-clutter your living spaces. Remember less is more.
**De-personalize - remove photos of family and friends.
**Fix the small stuff, change out burnt light bulbs, tighten loose handles, change air filters, etc.
**If it's in your budget, a fresh coat of paint (in neutral colors) will update any home both inside and out. It's a great DIY project.
**Make it SPARKLE!! Clean, Clean, Clean.... A clean house smells good. Don't mask odors, get rid of them. Often with pets it can be challenging, but it can be done.
**Don't leave valuables lying around. Jewelry, cash, presccription drugs, etc. should all be saved away.
**Consider staging your house. Most Realtors can help you with this.
Remember, first impressions are everything. Be sure to take the steps to get the most bang for your buck.
If you need more details or want to talk about listing your home, feel free to contact me at 337-519-9277 or by email at email@example.com.
Tessie Segura Dore' was born and raised on Avery Island, Louisiana. Tessie, her husband Buddy and their teenage son Drake, reside in New Iberia. Tessie received her real estate license in 2005 and her....
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