Improve Home Resale Value in Time for Spring 

Spring – and the start of the home selling season — will be here before you and your Southfield neighbors know it. 

So consider now about how to improve your home resale value and get the work done now and let your home be ready for when home buyers are eager to purchase. 

 How can you improve your Mt. Clemens home’s value – and make it more attractive to home buyers – in just three or four months? 

Try these tips: 

Declutter and clean. 

You may love your knickknacks, but potential home buyers do not. The less cluttered and “open” your home appears, the better because it helps potential home purchasers picture themselves living there. 

Clear out closets, attics and even basements. It will take some time – perhaps a few days or even a couple of weeks. But the results no only will help improve home resale value, it will make living in your home all the more pleasant because a clean/decluttered home is known to decrease the stress of those living within its walls

Stage your home. 

Getting someone in with interior decorating/home staging savvy truly can help your home look inviting and “I want to live here” spiffy. 

Work on your home’s “curb appeal.” 

How the house looks from the street is critical to attracting home buyers. The outside of the home is the first thing a potential homebuyer and that first impression is important in attracting someone’s eye.  

Repair the driveway. Dig up some unruly plants and plant new ones. Paint your home’s exterior or put on new siding.  

Improved curb appeal definitely helps when it comes to your Southfield home’s resale value: a joint study in 2020 by the University of Texas at Arlington and the University of Alabama found it could account for as much as seven percent of it.  

Learn more about how to use these next few weeks of winter to improve your home resale value with the help of Solid Rock Exteriors. 

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