Depersonalize and Declutter
It’s important to make sure potential buyers have no distractions when walking through your home. Making sure you only have essentials around your home when trying to sell it, will make it look more liveable and allow the viewers to envision themselves living there. Depersonalizing your home is not only a good safety tip, but it also allows buyers to focus on what’s important (the house!) rather than find themselves looking at pictures of you and your family.
Maintain A Curb-Side Appeal
Mowing the lawn more than usual will be beneficial because grass grows quicker over the summer, trimming bushes, planting flowers, pressure washing your driveway, etc. are all ways to make your home more eye-catching to potential buyers!
Bring Summertime Into Your Home
Make sure blinds, drapes, and windows are open so there is as much natural light as possible shining into your home! This will bring a warm and cozy feeling that will make it more appealing to buyers. Replacing dark-colored accents with bright, vivid colors and using fresh-scented candles/air fresheners will also make your home feel like summertime!