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If you’ve though about it and are wanting to sell your house in the fall in Denver, you still have time but need to hurry before it’s the winter. Summer has already past and most buyers may have found their dream home and are done. School has started. Are there any other buyers out there still looking?
With Denver’s low inventory, of course there is! Colorado’s weather is unpredictable but being a homeowner doesn’t have to be either. This post will cover three different things that can make selling your house in the fall a breeze. If you are serious, don’t put it off into the new year, let’s get it done!
The most popular autumn flowers are chrysanthemums and they bloom for a good while. I think everyone can agree that any flower and garden looks beautiful if well maintained but roses definitely put off a different vibe so if you’re unsure, just go to your local flower shop and ask them what’s popular in the fall.
It doesn’t have to be anything complicated because simple things can go a long way. When you have to show your house to someone that may be the right buyers you want to make sure their very first impression is “This is a great looking home” instead of “This is a decent property”. Head over to your local hobby store and find some decorations that really say “fall is here“, like pumpkins and wreathes. After all the keyword you want them to fell is home.
Keeping your house clean inside and out serves a couple of purposes when you’re selling a house in the fall in Denver. Get inspiration by looking at how to compact a lot of things into storage that doesn’t make you start having yard sales. We probably guess you’re moving or sell because some may be upgrading. If your selling a house in the fall in Denver because of property distress, than maybe a yard sale would be good.
We’ve had sellers we met that had very messy yards with leaves everywhere and it just dragged into the house and was a big complaint they said buyers had. They’ll probably bring the leaves into the car and next thing you know they just have a negative stigma about your home. High winds blowing from the northwest always increase the chances of limbs breaking off of trees and damaging your house too. Don’t take the chance!
Depending on if you like cinnamon and fragrances, have you ever smelt those Cinnamon Pine Cones at the store? We’ve had a lot of potential buyers mention how lovely it smells once they walk in the open house. Now it doesn’t have to be cinnamon but think of the custom scents you can have to make your home perfect for the occasion when selling a house in the fall in Denver. Make them feel like they’re in their next home, remember?
You want the air inside your home to smell fresh as well. Do you know when you last changed your air filter? Buy a new one, it’ll only be a few bucks but so worth it in saving time with dusting, sneezing and making your home feel foggy. Have the HVAC system checked before you need to turn on the heater. You’ll beat the buyer to the punch when they bring this up and wonder if the HVAC was inspected too.
What do you think? Please let us know any other tips you’d like to mention from your own experience if you ever sold a house in the fall in Denver. What worked, what didn’t. We’d like to hear from you!
If you are a seller or know someone who’s selling a house in Denver, give us a ring at (303)558-5843. We’d love the opportunity to provide value to you and make you a definite and fair offer for your property. You can also fill out the form here and Adam Buys Houses Company we’ll be in touch right away!
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