How to Stage Your Home in the Fall
Tips on How to Effectively Stage Your Home During the Fall Season
Fall is known for its beautiful color palettes, cool weather, and pumpkins. It can also be a great season for both home sellers and buyers since the real estate market is projected to continue well into the fall season. Home sellers can do several things to make their house appeal to more buyers. Stage your home for tours and open houses to give buyers the chance to see how their new home could look. However, a home may look different throughout the seasons. HomeHunt has a list of ways to help you stage your home this fall season.
While filling your home with fall decor may be tempting, it also has the potential to make your home look crowded. Buyers may not want to see too much decor as it can deter them from imagining how the home will look without it. Only add certain accent pieces to each room to give it a sense of character. Large vases and bowls filled with potpourri or fillers can help bring a room to life. If your home sale is close to Halloween, opt out of displaying creepy decor as that can appear distracting. Additionally, too much decor will hide most of the home.
Stage Your Home With Color
Light Up Your Home
Create a Cozy Atmosphere
Curb Appeal Matters
The outside of the home is the first thing buyers will see. In fact, a buyer decides within the first few seconds if they are interested in your home by looking at the exterior alone. To add curb appeal during the fall season, rake any fallen leaves, patch up brown spots on the lawn, and clear all gutters from debris. Power washing the siding of your home will add that extra sparkle to make your home look vibrant and clean. If your home has a decent sized porch area, decorating with seasonal plants, such as mums and sunflowers, will give the outside of your home character.
The fall season is an opportune time for sellers to list their homes on the market. If you are unsure of where to start when listing your home for sale in the fall season, a HomeHunt agent can help. Contact us today to get started!