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October 31, 2012

Make Buyers Fall for Your L.A. Home – II

by terresteinbeck RODEO REALTY

The previous post unleashed a trio of proven strategies for pepping up the sales appeal of your L.A. home during the fall. But since you never can get enough of a good thing, I’m back with a second helping. Read only if you wish to boost your property’s autumnal sales appeal.

No Cold Receptions. Unless you’re planning to offer your home as a refuge to Emperor penguins, keep your castle comfortably warm. Subarctic temperatures do little to create the kind of inviting ambience that gets buyers to warm up to your property. You can offer complimentary fur coats to each visitor. Or you can remember where the thermostat is, and give it a slight turn in the right direction. Otherwise, your prospects likely will reciprocate with a cold shoulder and a quick exit.

Out of Sight is NOT Out of Mind. Every square foot of your property counts in the eyes of prospects, including the backyard.  Sure, they won’t see it at first. But get there they will. And guess what? Wading knee-deep through a wilderness of dry, crunchy leaves isn’t any more appealing in the backyard than it is in the front. Remember that rake now collecting dust in the garage?  It’s ready for action.

Light the Way. Like the sellers, your home should show its happy face at all times. Want to improve the mood of your house? Open those shades and curtains to invite el sol’s cheerful illumination inside.

OK, you are now well down the leaf-strewn path of autumn home selling. If you’d like additional info about boosting the autumn appeal of your home, feel free to reach out to me.  Or just fire your questions or comments into the box below. There’s always a vacancy.

And, of course, if you want to be connected to the latest info and opportunities in the Beverly Hills real estate market, I’m ready to make it happen.  Call or email today.

Back soon.

Terre Steinbeck

terre.steinbeck@gmail.com

(310) 666-4094  DIRECT

(310) 724-7100   OFFICE

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