If your HOA board has allowed you to sell your home, you might want to stage it in order to quicken the sale process. Staging your HOA home means looking at it from a buyer’s point of view and trying as much as possible to make it as impressive as possible. You need to make your potential buyer see themselves in that house for them to give you an offer. Find below some of the most common staging tips that have helped HOA homeowners find buyers in the shortest possible time.
Depersonalizing and decluttering a personal space and preparing it for staging is the most common cause of failure for most sellers. No buyer will feel like they are in their space when they walk around and all they can see are your family photos and the like. Staging your HOA home means getting rid of personal stuff and replacing them with simple household items that a buyer can be drawn into. Let the buyer imagine placing their photos on those nice, spotless tables and cabinets you have used to stage. It’s a charming way of making them feel they own the home already even before buying it, thus a step closer to closing the sale.
Clean out the mess in your home. Any signs of moldings on windows, cabinets, and light fixtures should be taken care of before opening your home to buyers. Staging a HOA home is not only for your selling benefit, but for the benefit of introducing a clean and well-maintained community to possible buyers. Do as much cleaning as you can and paint walls to make the house look brand new.
Attend the HOA open houses and see how staging has been done in houses similar to yours. This will give you an idea of what to do in your own home. It is also a good way to assess your home right and get into the competitive market quite armed. A property management broker can assist you in all professional paperwork and advertising if need be, but at least you’ll have done the most part of staging your HOA home for that investment sale you are looking forward to.
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