Your property presentation will largely dictate how much buyers will pay when you’re selling your home.
Today’s buyers are discerning, and expect a certain level of sparkle when they go to an open house. Want to improve your chances of getting top dollar? Don’t cut corners on the prep work.
Most homeowners aren’t aware of the average costs for fundamental prep work. The bottom line: You can expect to spend $10,000-$20,000 if your property needs a little of everything. I thought I’d round up the must-do prep work with average costs, based on all the listings I’ve readied for sale over the past several months. Cost ranges are based on a two-bedroom house or condo with 1200-1400 square feet. Prices go up or down, depending on the size of your space and how much work is needed. Continue Reading