As you know, bedrooms are dual purpose. Not only do they provide a place to sleep,
but in many instances they provide identity and personal space for family members. Tastes and décor are very personal so do as
much as you can to neutralize your bedrooms.
Themes can be attractive as long as they are not overpowering, over-done
or create clutter. The following tips
will help you prepare your bedrooms for showings and the optimum sales price.
Remove any personal and valuable items to
Many parents prefer to remove pictures and names
of children that may be adorning the walls or dresser tops. 3.
As mentioned, themes can be attractive, just
make sure they are not over-done and decorative items are not cluttering up the
You want the bedrooms to appear as spacious as
possible so remove and store any extra furniture that may make the room feel
If your bedrooms are small consider hanging some
mirrors to open up the space. 6.
Keep the beds made, buyers like to see neat
If your carpet or flooring is not in the best of
condition then consider a rug to brighten up the space. 8.
Keep your closets neat and organized…this is a
great time to pare down, store away or donate to worthy charities. The above tips will help buyers experience the bedrooms
as the restful personal space most family members desire.
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Sandy Setliff is a Realtor® with JP and Associates Realtors®.
She specializes in residential real estate sales in McKinney, Allen,
Frisco, Anna, Melissa and Van Alstyne, Texas. She can be reached at 214 620
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