If you want to take a minimalist approach to getting your home ready for sale in this trending seller’s market, you’d better focus on green and white.
Here is how it breaks down.
Rather than repainting the interior of your home, consider adding pops of white wherever you can.
It could mean white rugs, white bath towels, white accessories such as a cake plate or large bowl in the kitchen, a set of bookends on the bookcase, a white lamp on the entryway table. , white (but tasteful) flower arrangements (the bigger and bigger the better), white draperies, white tablecloths or place mats and napkins on the dining room table, carpet rugs white bath, the white shower curtains, the white bedspreads, the white pillow cases, the white pillows on the chairs and beds and the white wall art like a big harmless clock and abstract works of art.
White just makes it brighter, brighter and bigger.
Outside the house, go green.
Overseed your lawn to produce as green grass as possible. Or if you must, install new sod.
If you have a side yard that has been left on its own, you can intensify it by adding new grass or sod seed. Then keep it cut and trim it so that it looks like the outfield of a baseball stadium.
Plus, fill your flower beds with succulent green plants and multi-colored, bright flowers. It is believed that an assortment of colors attracts new friends. Add flower stands or pots next to the front door with more green leafy plants and tan flowers (bright red, yellow, gold, pink and orange) – real or fake.
These tips are taken from the Fung Shui tradition, that you can’t do too much to improve the land around your house. And these fiery-colored flowers attract Chi, or the energy that moves the universe and draws energy to you and your home. It would be desirable.
Even in a market where there is so little choice for the number of buyers taking advantage of low interest rates, sellers still have to do whatever they can to make their home as attractive as possible and get the best price. highest possible in the shortest possible time. . Especially in your marketing photos.
Leslie Sargent Eskildsen is an agent for Realty One Group West. She can be reached at 949-678-3373 or [email protected]