Recently, a lot of people have been asking me how they can market and keep their home sale-ready if they are still living in it. 

This process may not seem or be too difficult from the beginning. 

However, once a conversation has been had about staging and marketing, the first couple of open houses have been held, and offers are starting to come in, what happens when life starts to get in the way?

Thankfully, I’ve got a few tips that can help with this. 

First of all, hire a cleaning crew to come once a week or so. The price of doing this will be well worth the convenience.

 

"Keep your home decluttered and depersonalized."

 

Additionally, it is more important for a home to be pristine over the weekend than during any other time of the week, since most homebuyers won’t be out and looking on a weekday. 

The second tip I have is to remember that you should keep your home decluttered and depersonalized. 

People love to know that a home will have sufficient space, especially when it comes to the bedrooms and closets. 

Finally, bathrooms and kitchens sell homes. Buying a home is often an emotionally-charged decision, so having a clean, attractive home will make buyers much more likely to fall in love with your property. 

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon. 
 

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