Secret Hacks for Selling your Home in Oahu, Hawaii

Secret Hacks

You wouldn’t believe there are just a few hacks out there for selling your home that you can do to ensure that you get maximum exposure. I’ve worked with tons of sellers, and I’ve cracked the code to help you get top dollar. Hi, I’m Fawn Bertram with Homes by Fawn and Hawaii Life. This is 1 of 3 videos to help you.

Selling Your Home

In this video, I talk about the outside of your house. Sometimes known as curb appeal. Now, I’m sure that you’ve heard this before but you really need to understand how important this is. Many times buyers won’t walk into a home if it’s not clean on the outside. So here are a few simple tips that you can do that can you save you money and maximize your return on the investment at the same time.

Tips – Step Up Your Curb Appeal

Here’s an example, utilizing black bark and adding a few flowers or plants that pop can take an old ugly yard and turn it from frumpy to fabulous. Maybe you’re wondering if the entire outside needs a new paint job? Well, have you considered just painting the front door and trim? Many times that alone can spruce up the outer appearance and looks as though the entire home has been repainted.

Right before taking pictures, be sure to water down the concrete or pavement as it will enhance the photos and make the home pop. Also, be sure to trim up the trees, landscape, and bushes. If you’ve got so many trees that it hides the home, well, you’re losing buyers. Lastly, Be sure that all of your exterior lights are working and the home is well lit up at night. I’ve got many more tips to ensure that once we get a buyer to see your home, they are more likely to write a contract or place an offer on it. Be sure to call me and I’ll do my best to make it happen. Fawn Bertram with Homes by Fawn. As always, make it a great Home Buying and Selling Day!

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