Three Ways to Increase Your Home Value Before you Sell

If you are thinking about selling your Snohomish County real estate, you are probably looking for ways to spruce up your home to make sure it sells for top dollar.  As a seller, it's important to understand that buyers can get hung up on the smallest of details. What might seem a small maintenance item to you can turn into thousands of dollars in perceived value to a buyer. Here are some things we share with you in this video, so that you don't waste a dime on innefective improvements and get a solid return on the ones you do make:

  • The two areas proven to dramatically increase value in a home. As the market changes, different trends develop and buyers are looking for different things. An improvement that may have been super relevant a few years ago could deliver a poor ROI in today's market, and sometimes the smallest of changes make a huge difference in perceived value!
  • There's a specific choice for kitchen countertops that we are seeing connected to multiple offers. This is a trend that you could target with a simple home improvement and will help you sell for top dollar.
  • Why landscaping matters. Great curb appeal will get more people into the house quicker, improving your chances of getting multiple offers in a short amount of time after listing your home.

We frequently see sellers in the market who make costly changes to their house before selling that don’t produce a return on investment. Here at the Novak Team, we like to get involved with our selling clients as far as a year out, in order to strategically go over what we can do to increase the value of their Snohomish County home and avoid these costly mistakes. We’re experienced with today’s buyers and will provide you the guidance you need to make sure you only spend money in the areas that today's buyers are focused on.

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