Are you thinking about selling your home this year, next year, or anytime in the future? If so, there are three strategic things you should be doing now.

  • Organizing

  • Keeping up on small repairs

  • Cultivating curb appeal

If you find getting organized is difficult, staying organized is a bigger challenge. I can speak to this fact. So many people purchase organizational items, start a board on Pinterest, and have good intentions to follow through, but do not know where to start. The answer is simple, start with one cabinet, one drawer, one closet and work out from there. Take one room at a time, one weekend at a time and reward yourself as you progress. Some tips: if you have not used it/wore it in a year - get rid of it, if it is chipped or broken in anyway - toss it, if it is expired - throw it away. Doing this will give you a jump start on organizing your home.

That dripping faucet might not bother you, neither does the dent in the wall from when your child opened the door too fast. However, to potential buyers - these are a big turn off. Keeping up with small repairs around the house will keep your home in sell condition. It will also make it easier to list, when the time comes, because you won’t be scrambling to fix them when you are ready to put your home on the market. So, touch up the paint, clean up the baseboards and fix the dripping faucet.

You don’t need to hire a landscape architect to give your home curb appeal. Simply plant a few plants, keep your pretty flower pots full of lovely blooms and limit your lawn ornaments so your front yard does not appear 7653 Seafield Lane, Wesley Chapel, FL 33545cluttered. If you have weeds coming through your mulch or rocks, pull them. Start small, stand back and look at your home from a potential buyer’s eyes. Check out this example of simple, yet beautiful example of curb appeal.

The effort you put into organizing, keeping up on small repairs and cultivating curb appeal will be well worth it when you decide it is time to sell your home. Based on average cost and return on investment (ROI), reports that each of these three low-cost, do-it-yourself home improvements will net between 100-400% ROI to the seller.  When that time comes, contact us. Our experts will guide you through the entire transaction from beginning to end. Getting you the most for your investment, and making the entire process streamlined, is our commitment to you.