What you’re about to learn could literally be the difference between thousands of dollars in your pocket or thousands of dollars in your buyer’s pocket.

This report is part one of a complete home selling system that I have developed from testing and experimenting to find the absolute best home selling strategies.

It All Starts With Curb Appeal

The first impression people have of your house, is what it looks like from the outside. What are they going to say to themselves as they approach your home? Believe it or not, some buyers make a decision to keep on driving just by looking at the outside of the house.

Here are some tips to make them want to come inside:

The Entry Way Sets The Stage

Nothing matches the anticipation of the moment the buyer is thinking what’s inside like the first moments in the house. The entry is where you set the stage for what’s going to be revealed.

Here are some tips to make the front entry experience a great one:

Tips For Every Room in The House

Making The Most of Your Kitchen and Dining Rooms

The Kitchen is the heart of the home, and it’s the most highly valued room by buyers, so you want to make it show it’s best.

Here are some tips to create a captivating Kitchen:

Can Buyers See Themselves Living in The Living Room?

The living and family rooms are where your new buyers will do most of their “living” so you want to make sure and make the space as inviting as possible.

Here are some tips to make the Living and family rooms appear their best:

Make The Bathroom Sparkle

Next to the Kitchen, the bathroom is the room that gets the most scrutiny and some inexpensive designer tricks can make your bathroom look like a million bucks.

Here are some tips especially for the bathroom:

Look at These Big Beautiful Bedrooms!

Bedrooms are a key part of the home buying experience. Bigger is better. Nobody comments favorably about “what lovely tiny bedrooms”. Just like other areas of the house, clutter takes up space and makes rooms look smaller.

Here are some tips to make your bedrooms look Bigger and Brighter:

Create a Clutter Free and Functional Home Office

Working out of the home is a reality for many people today, so a functional home office space can give your home a competitive advantage over other homes on the market.

Try to make the space as functional as possible, and if it’s part of another room, make sure and maintain the main function of the room.

Here are some home office tips:

Making The Most of Basement / Laundry Spaces

If you’ve got a basement or laundry room, you want to make the most of the space by brightening it up and making sure it’s clean and inviting.

Nobody wants to go into a dark and crowded room to do laundry, so do your best to make it as inviting as possible.

Here are some simple tips:

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