Selling a Vacant Home?
Whether you're listing your second home or moved before you could close on your last space, selling a home that's empty can be a bit more challenging than selling something staged.
Once furniture is removed from the home, you will notice all kinds of imperfections you never paid attention to before – rips in the carpet, holes in the walls, and dinginess. It's true that in an empty house, everything stands out. What you see is what potential buyers will also see. Below are a handful of tips to put your home's best foot forward.
You may need to paint, tear up old carpet, and replace the kitchen floor. Whatever it takes to make the space feel fresh and flawless.
Stage if you can.
To get rid of the “empty…