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Barbara Corcoran offers home renovation tips for prospective sellers in the housing market.
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Before you sell your house, in fact before you even list it for sale, you must repaint the interior of the house if you have dark walls. You must get rid of the dark drapes with beautiful white drapes like I have behind me. Why? Because you have one objective which is to make your house appear as light and bright as you possibly can. And I say this from experience because every single buyer who buys a home after location as the main reason for picking that home, cites light. Light makes you money when it comes to selling a home. So everything you can possibly to enhance the light makes great sense for your pocketbook.
After you replace your heavy drapes with nice light white drapes or even for that matter no drapes at all, then what you should be doing is go through the house and changing all your light bulbs from 70 watts to 100 watts. You should replace all your dark lampshades with bright white lampshades. It might not be a personal taste but remember what you’re doing is you’re designing a home for the next guy, not for you and the next guy wants to see a light house even though he might come in and paint it brown again anyway. Make your house light, that’s the key to making the most money on selling your house.