Halloween is the quintessential kick-off to the holiday season and a fun, festive time of year. It’s a time to pull out decorations, carve pumpkins, and prepare for an evening of tricks and treats. But, if you’re trying to sell your home, you may be scaring away your sale.
“Decorating can be fun, but it can have also have a negative impact on the homebuyer’s experience when viewing your home,” says Adrianne Lynch, a HomeSmart REALTOR in Gilbert, Arizona. “Some people are put off by vampires, ghosts, and tombstones and others can have a hard time visualizing themselves in a property strewn with such personal decorative choices.”
While it may be hard to keep your decorations packed up for the season, a home free of clutter and seasonal decorations can keep you from sabotaging your sale.
“It doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the season,” says Lynch. “It may mean that you find other alternatives or even discover new traditions!”
During this time, take your family out to enjoy others decorations and haunted houses. Check out 70 Halloween events around Phoenix scare up fun for all ages
Adrianne makes buying or selling your home an incredible, memorable experience.She uses her 14 years of experience to help you achieve your goals in the least amount of time and with the least amount of stress possible. Whether you are a first-time home-buyer or a seasoned seller,she will bring a welcomed energy and integrity to your next real estate adventure. Adrianne represents sellers of all levels who are looking to list and sell their homes for top dollar using first class, technology based marketing programs. She also assists buyers using a consultative home buyer program and guides buyers through the marketplace helping them to make wise investment decisions. Contact Adrianne today 480-570-0600.
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