Selling Scottsdale Houses: Giving It A Well Thought Out Touch

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Average homebuyers these days tend to demand more than in Scottsdale houses. They commonly request things like hobby rooms, children’s own rooms, bigger laundry rooms, home offices, luxury master bedrooms and contemporary kitchens. And then they are obsessed with renovation and decoration.

You learn from realtors on home staging and curb appeal. However, sometimes why not get a step farther and spend more money to truly make your Scottsdale houses stand out? But make sure you don’t do anything extreme. Just focus on staying conservative and mainstream.

Curb Appeal

Just like any aspect of your house, curb appeal is critical. Even a small house that is well-kept with fresh paint as well as professional and manicured landscaping can have a good start. Your car must be out of your drive away. Ensure that the yard tools and toys are out of view. Also, spruce up your front door and clean the window. If you have a snowy climate, clear the walkway.

The Entryway

This part of your Scottsdale houses offers visitors a feel for the other parts of the homes. Try to make the entryway welcome and warm by offering some accessories. In case you have space, consider a small console table. Put a table lamp and hang a photo over the table. For added texture and warmth, get an area rug.

The Kitchen

This part of your house is usually where deals are either made or lost. The kitchen of today is the place where families cook, pay bills, entertain, hang out or do homework. This is the reason you need to have a kitchen that looks best.

Make sure the countertops are clutter-free. It is fine to have small appliances; however, consider hiding your stacks of bills and items that have taken up the space of your counter. Also, always take stock of your wall’s condition. If you find them grungy, possible buyers will surely find it questionable. To bright the room up, give it a fresh paint coat. Here are some other ways for sprucing up your kitchen without undertaking big remodeling.

• Replace the Faucet – Check for faucet finishes and styles in the market. Available options include warm and rustic as well as sleek and modern.

• Change the Hardware – Your cabinetry’s hardware can be changed without spending plenty of dollars. And this change can provide your kitchen an improved look.
• Light Up – Lights that are placed strategically makes a more inviting room. In your kitchen, recessed downlights will guarantee good illumination. Have them installed over the sink and stove areas so you can establish enough lighting for cleaning and cooking. Remember that a nice pendant over your kitchen table is quite attractive and functional.

• Add Artwork – This will give more life to your kitchen walls.
• Treat the Windows – Treating the window will provide instant character.

Family and Living Rooms

In order to have a great-looking family and living room in your Scottsdale houses, place furniture that is sized for it. A small room requires smaller-sized furniture. Also, avoid placing excessive furniture in that space. You need to pick your focal point that can be a television, fireplace or art piece. Have your furniture arranged around the centerpieces and avoid placing sofas against walls.

Contact top 1% Scottsdale realtor Jen Wehner today at 480-748-6925 or Jennifer@JenniferWehner.com for more information on beautiful SCOTTSDALE HOUSES