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Brighter is Better, You Only Get One Chance to Leave a Good First Impression!

By Bill Cullin | Oct 03, 2014
Photo by: Bill Cullin

Sometimes a real estate agent will walk into a home that is basically attractive, yet communicates the feeling that something is lacking. Then the agent notices that all of the drapes are closed, interior lights are off and there is a lot of overgrown shrubbery blocking the sunlight that might otherwise pour through the windows.

A dark house is not as appealing to most buyers as one that is flooded with light. As a part of your preparations to market your home, try to maximize the light in your home. Make sure that all the windows are clean and the drapes are open when the house is being shown. A fresh coat of light paint can do a lot to brighten up the interior. If your house has very dark paneling, and you do not wish to repaint the walls, you may want to consider adding additional lamps. Your real estate agent may be able to provide other simple and cost-effective ideas about how to maximize your home's appeal.

To Learn More, Contact Bill Cullin Today.

Bill Cullin

Your Real Estate Source at the Delaware Beaches

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Cell: 302-841-7147

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