The current pandemic has many people nervous and scared about doing a good number of things outside of absolute necessities. Just because there is a pandemic does not mean a house cannot move during this time.
Matt and Shalin Caren are real estate agents serving Litchfield Park, AZ. They have been in the real estate business for some time and have learned what makes a home move. Their first tip is one that makes the most sense.
“Depersonalize the home. This means taking down any pictures, personal items and the like. The buyers want to imagine themselves in their new home and not the owners,” said Matt.
Other tips the Litchfield Park, AZ Realtors have are more common. Shalin added, “everything from the cabinets holding dishes to the yard outside needs to be absolutely immaculate. A freshly mowed yard is fine, but a freshly mowed yard with landscaping rock around ornamentals is even better for the overall curb appeal.”
Cleaning the inside of the home should go without saying, but carpets need to be shampooed and cleaned. Hardwood floors need to be waxed and if at all possible, free of marks and scuffs. The new home owners want to know everything about the home belongs to them and only them.
“As Litchfield Park, AZ Realtors, we have really had to get clients to realize the importance of what we are saying. Selling a home is not difficult, but if the home is not in ready to sell condition, it can cause it to take longer to sell,” continued Matt.
Families and individuals planning on a move into the area need to contact the Caren’s about new properties at the website. Visit www.thecarenteam.com for details. New properties roll onto and off of the site with daily, so check often.
Company Name: The Caren Team at Realty ONE Group
Contact Person: Matt & Shalin Caren
Email: Send Email
Phone: (602) 777-6683
Address:2950 N Litchfield Rd
Country: United States
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