‘Tis the season to get wrapped up in lights, trees, and everything glitter and gold. But when you’re trying to sell your home at the same time, it can be tough to get into the holiday spirit. Why go through all of that when you’re just going to have to pack it all up if a sale goes down tomorrow? Well, it’s still your home and you’ll want to feel comfortable in it during the holidays. Plus, never underestimate the power of a little “staging”. Keep decorating sweet and simple, and personal items to a minimum. Let’s face it, people want to imagine themselves living in your space when they’re doing a walk-through, and although holiday touches will warm the place up to a homey levey–keep the picture of your family on Santa’s knee in the drawer for those open houses and showings. Some easy decorations that pack punch:
For more ideas like gift-wrapped kitchen cupboard doors or garland-adorned banisters, there’s always Pinterest. Living in a small space? We like these super simple ideas from HGTV.com. And of course, there’s nothing quite like the awe outdoor lighting can inspire. Get some great tips with this short DIY video. Most importantly: have fun with it. Decorating is meant to get you feeling festive, not stressed by adding another item to your To Do List. As always, contact us with any questions or for a home consultation if you’re thinking of selling, or in the market to buy! Photo by: Dakota Roos Photography
You can use this dashboard to help your search for a new property.
The save searches tab will show you all the searches you have saved. A saved search will let you come back to view new property listings with your given search parameters. For example if you are looking for a 2 bedroom apartment in Burnaby you can save that search and quickly check for new listings or even get us to send you an email when new properties are listed.
The saved listings tab will show all your saved listings. If you are interested in a few properties and want to save them to come back to later this gives you quick access to that.