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November 18th, 2018 
Patricia A. Brewitt
Sales Representative, Cell 416 - 294-9016

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Tips on How To Get Your Home Ready for Sale Without Spending a Lot of Money
 
If you are considering selling your home, you may be thinking of doing a few things to make your home more appealing to buyers. Getting a home ready to sell does not have to break the bank.
PAINT
It's surprising how a few coats of paint can change the look and feel of a home. Consider painting rooms in a neutral colour, which help draw a potential buyer's attention to things like room dimensions and architectural features.
PACK
Since you will need to pack everything eventually, start to pack up things that you will not immediately need, like special mementos and photos, and place some of your furniture in storage. You will be amazed how much more spacious a home will seem with a little less in every room. And, it will help you not to be overwhelmed when you pack.
CLEAR
Kichens and bathrooms can be tricky. Instead of trying to redo the look of these rooms with renovations, simply clear and clean the counters - the space will be more open and appealing to potential buyers.
TIDY UP
Curb appeal is a phrase one often hears when talking about selling a home. When potential buyers first see your home, it is the outside that they see, and first impressions are important. Spend a little extra time making your yard and main entrance look neat by clearing away any weeds, trimming hedges and trees, and removing personal items such as shoes or toys from the entranceway. If you have time, do the same in the backyard.
 
Just a few small changes can make all the difference!
If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the Etobicoke, Mississauga, or Toronto area, please contact me for a free, no-obligation market analysis of your home.
Patricia Brewitt
Sales Representative
HomeLife Response Realty, Inc., Brokerage

Office: 416-620-0070
           905-949-0070
Cell: 416-294-9016
E-mail:
pbrewitt@trebnet.com
Web Site: www.patriciabrewitt.com
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