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Joan understands that a home represents many things – property, a financial asset, a shelter over one’s head, and ultimately, a refuge and the place where lifetime memories are created. Since the decisions involved are inherently personal, the process of selling is much more about people than it is about property. Her mission is to deliver a uniquely personal and positive real estate experience.
If you list your property with Houlihan Lawrence our comprehensive marketing programs are designed to reach beyond the local marketplace to expose your home to metropolitan, national and international audiences. In addition to traditional media, all Houlihan Lawrence listings are advertised across a network of more than 35 real estate websites that reach a combined global audience of more than 30 million unique visitors per month. Our exclusive color magazine “Gallery of Homes”, is distributed seven times a year throughout Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Counties and New York City.
Consider the exterior of your home first. The first impression from the street includes exterior condition of the structure and walkways and landscape. Is there a warm and inviting approach to the home to set the stage for excitement within? Inside, focus on room size and natural light. Remove any distractions and donate or sell items you don't want to keep before putting your house on the market.
Organize the personal items you keep so as to help enlarge the feel of interior spaces. If things need tidying inside your closets or cabinets, take charge! Try to give the overall impression that there is ample storage. Pack up and store any fixtures, appliances and window treatments which you plan to exclude from the sale of your home. Replace heirlooms with suitable fixtures so as to avoid problems later.
Inspect your rooms for defects that can easily be fixed. If the faucet drips, have it fixed. If the paint needs patching, take action and make the repairs. If the window screens are torn; replace them and have the windows washed prior to listing the property for sale. If a fresh coat of paint will be of help to lighten and brighten the space, do it! Once you've organized and de-cluttered, repaired and freshened, it is time to make sure the house is as clean as possible on a regular basis. Make sure to remove any musty or stale odors in the house.
With attention to detail beforehand, a great impression can be achieved and you should assure a substantial edge over your competitors. Selling a home is a major undertaking. But with my guidance and assistance as a Real Estate Professional, I can assure you a superior experience!
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Joan L. Morrison
45 South Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua, NY
Phone: 914.238.4766 Ext. 303
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