Tips for Getting Your Best Price Before You List
Mortgage giant Freddie Mac reports that housing supply is 3.8 million homes short of demand. That helps to explain why the housing marketing is red hot. This is the best time in recent memory to sell your home. That’s the primary reason why many home owners often ask, should we renovate before putting the house on the market? That depends on whether or not you want maximum value are willing to settle for less.
Kitchens and bathrooms are the two most important rooms in the home. They have more effect on sale prices than just about any other factor. A large percentage of homebuyers want a home in move-in condition. They don’t want to buy and have to immediately renovate. Homes with new kitchens and baths are certainly going to have a competitive advantage against others on the market, regardless of how hot the market may be.
What are the pros and cons of renovating your kitchen and primary bath before putting your home up for sale? How can a new kitchen or bath move your home to the top of the list in a red-hot housing marketing? Give us a call at or make an appointment to visit our showroom at and let us show you how you can obtain the maximum sale value for your home.