Relative Importance of First Impressions of Different Areas of a Home to Most Buyers

What Every Seller wants is to get back $2 for every $1 spent on fixing up his or her property. (Or, maybe it’s $10 back for every $1 spent!) Much of the time this isn’t going to happen. So do the cosmetic work First. The best example of this is Painting.

Eleven points for First Impression:

1. Curb appeal of front of home;

2. “Show” of interior of home;

3. Kitchen;

4. Master Bathroom;

5. Living areas (living room, den, etc.);

6. Master Bedroom;

7. Other Bathrooms;

8. Other Bedrooms;

9. Backyard;

10. Garage; and,

11. Interior Hallways



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