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2022 Home Sale

If you've been thinking about selling your home, there's never been a better time to do it. Home prices have been surging to unprecedented highs all year. 

Many experts believe this trend will continue into 2022, so there is still plenty of time to capitalize on it. The good news is that selling your home is easy with the right professionals to guide you. Our helpful guide will walk you through the process one step at a time.  

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Features Buyers Want

Spending time in quarantine has changed what buyers are looking for in their next home while making current homeowners reconsider what they want most from their own properties. With the real estate industry still going strong virtually, now is an excellent time to consider what both you and potential buyers want from your home. Our brokers are here to help you maximize the value of your property, with our guide to the not-so-surprising features that buyers want now.

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Holiday Home Staging

Our brokers understand selling your home during the holidays can offer challenges, but there are advantages too. In the less-crowded marketplace of winter, your listing is much more likely to stand out. Plus, you know anyone who shows up at your open house is serious about buying. 

Still, you need every advantage you can get, which is why staging your home is so important this time of year. So if you're listing your Seattle homes for sale this holiday season, be sure to follow these tips and stage it to sell.

  1. Let go of the clutter.
    The first big step to staging your house is getting rid of anything that doesn't help you sell it. At the top of that list is clutter. Gather up all your knick-knacks, stacks of old magazines, family photos, and anything else that's simply taking up space. You want your soon-to-be buyer to see your house as a blank slate for their lives, so pack it up and decide what you can sell, give away, throw away, or put into storage. 

  2. Create cozy vibes.
    When someone comes over for an open house, they should feel like they've stepped into a warm, welcoming respite from the winter cold. Foster those cozy winter feels by adding some extra throw pillows, brewing up a pot of hot spiced cider, and draping an extra warm quilt over the couch. If you have a gas or electric fireplace, feel free to fire it up. 

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