Preparing your home for sale is no easy feat. Even if you’ve kept it in relatively good condition over the years, you have to ask yourself, will buyers, real estate agents and appraisers be wowed?
First impressions can impact your property’s value and potentially make it harder to sell your home. So that you don’t waste time and money, here is a list of things that could negatively affect your home. Consider these issues before putting your property on the market.
Last updated: Aug. 5, 2020
Not Keeping Up With the Joneses
Whether you skimped on an upgrade to save money early on or just haven’t had time to update certain features of your home, not keeping up with the neighbors could hurt your home’s value. Adrian Muller, president of Hudson View Appraisal Services, said homes without features that are common in the area, such as a patio or