7 ways to stage your home for sale this holiday season
Don\'t let the idea of selling a house in winter hit your festive spirit.
Create a festival buyer
Staging of these seven seasons prompts a friendly environment. By HGTV.
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This year, more mantra about family gatherings may give up the joy of the festival.
But subtle touches, such as the Pine Center, evergreen wreath, or cider brewing on the stove, can create a warm and festive feel in your home.
Avoid open religious prosperity, which may be closed
To some buyers.
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Make sure your holiday collection matches your current decor before you start undoing your metal foil.
If your living room is clean
White color scheme, skip the conflict of Red Garland, choose white trees, white candles and silver glass ornaments.
If you have a plain color scheme with rich accents like cranberry, forest green and gold.
Related: 11 fresh holiday color palettes not red and green©IStockphoto.
Too many decorations for Com/RonTech2000 can distract buyers, but the right accessories can draw attention to the best features in your home.
Try hanging some elegant decorations from the mantel to highlight the elegant fireplace, or hang the mistletoe parasitic at the arch door entrance.
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Com/Craig McCausland stores the giant inflatable snowman this year.
One\'s \"happiness\" is another\'s \"cheesy\", so play down any fancy light display when your home is in the market. (
No, your neighbor didn\'t pay us to say that. )
Instead, use simple string lights to show your home\'s building or to draw attention to the beautiful fir trees in your front yard.
Related content: 9 ways to enhance the road edge of family holidays©IStockphoto.
A tall Christmas tree can help you show your two
Great room for stories, but make sure the wide base does not flood the floor space.
Save space with a thin tree if your living area is small.
Exchange gorgeous pass heir ornaments to decorate your tree with a coherent theme, such as all red and gold ornaments, or ice column lights and silver metal foil.
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The cold weather of Com/Ron Thomas provides an excellent opportunity for potential buyers to create a charming environment.
Buyers would appreciate having a place to stay away from the cold, so turn the thermostat up a few degrees to make it more comfortable, or light a fire in the fireplace, before showing it, enjoy the extra family life.
Remember, when you encourage buyers to spend more time at home, you also give them more time to appreciate its best features.
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Finally, serving food and drinks is another good way to get buyers to stay and see your home.
Try warm foods like biscuits, hot chocolate, or cider.
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Christmas cookies received from HGTV.