The home buying season is already underway. Compared to other times of the year, this is when most of the houses are for sale and the maximum numbers of buyers are in the market. Other than the standard strategies, is there any other way in which you can lure them in and get a better deal on your house? Of course, if you offer them exactly what they want, they will pay you anything for it, as long as the home appraisals turn out to be fine. But, what do you do when your home doesn’t offer them everything? Use these words when marketing your house and for sure, buyers will turn around and listen to what you have to say.
Considering the past 25 years, an open kitchen is probably the biggest design change that can be noted. In the past, the kitchens were disconnected from the rest of the house, but now they are constructed such that they open out into the living room. This sort of design maximizes space and makes it easier to serve guests.
Open spaces are a trend that will definitely stay and buyers want them. When marketing your house, be sure to use this word a lot.
Yes, some time back, bright wall colors were extremely popular and seen in many homes. Now they have been replaced by neutral shades. White, pearl, cream, gray, and sand are seen not just on the walls but in other decorative features as well. As for the bold colors, you can still see them in the small details such as pillows, backsplash and so on.
In some homes, we have even seen a subtle glamour through the showcasing of dazzling decorations against the neutral background.
In today’s era, all homes are being designed with the elderly in mind. When you talk about your house, be sure to use the term ‘universal features’. These include master bedrooms on the first floor, hand bars in the bathroom, low drawers, appliances and the like.
Quartz has become a trendy material for countertops in both the bathrooms and the kitchens. With an appearance similar to granite, quartz is a better option because it does not crack and chip; plus, it can be cleaned easily.
So now when you promote your house, make sure you are using enough of the above words, and buyers will pay attention.
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