Kayla Kraemer- Seller Guide

First impressions matter when you're presenting your home to prospective buyers. You want to show your home in its best light and wow potential buyers right away. No matter your budget, there are improvements you can make that will impress buyers and help your home look its very best. As your REALTOR®, I can help you decide which upgrades will be the most beneficial in selling your home and give you the biggest return on your investment.

Low cost DIY upgrades:

Deep Clean—Carpets, vents, baseboards, walls, windows and trim. Paint—Perk up rooms with a fresh coat in a neutral color. Plants—Colorful flowers, shrubs, and native plants boost your home’s curb appeal.

Spend a Little:

Lighting—Upgrade light fixtures and ceiling fans to brighten and modernize rooms. Floors—Replace worn carpeting and cracked tiles with updated new flooring. Doors—Repair or replace old garage doors and damaged screen or storm doors.

Invest In:

Appliances—If yours are old or outdated, upgrade to new Energy Star-rated models. Kitchens—Granite or quartz countertops, custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances are the gold standard in modern kitchens. If that’s not in your budget, resurface cabinets and replace hardware for an affordable revamp. Baths—Fix leaky taps and toilets, recaulk tub, and install a new fan and modern vanity.

2022 Seller Guide


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