ByAmy FontinelleAre you gearing up to buy your first place? Shopping for a home is exciting, exhausting and a little bit scary. In the end, your aim is to end up with a home you love at a
Looking To Get Your House On The Market Next Spring
Start with the outside since it is getting colder. There is still time to get a few things done outside before old man winter locks us inside. If the temperature is above 55 degrees you can still paint outside-so repaint that front door! Prune any shrubs that are blocking your windows or sidwalks, and fertilize, aerate, and over seed your lawn.
Then when old man winter does force you inside, start decluttering, box up unnecessary items and call The Purple Heart Foundation or the Salvation Army to come pick up your donations or drop them off at their collection site. Once you can see your walls again do a little painting. You can't go wrong with a fresh coat of neutral paint. It can make all the difference between selling your house at a good price or having it sit on the market . Then by the time spring rolls around you will be ready to move!
Call or email me to recieve a free CMA(comparitive market analysis) or for advice on getting your home ready to sell.
Kim King Bair
Highland Realty Group LLC
I am a specialist in the management and sale of bank owned AND investment properties throughout SE and Central Pennsylvania. Our team of (14) real estate agents and (3) support staff are here to e....
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