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Selling Your House in a Athens Subdivision? Here’s How to Make it Stand Out!

If you’re thinking of selling your subdivision house, you may face a few more challenges than some sellers. Probably number-one among these challenges is making your house stand out from all the similar surrounding houses. It’s not a negative comment in any way, but the fact is that in a subdivision (most of the time) the houses are all very much alike with (typically) only minor differences. And therein lies the challenge – making your house stand out. So if you’re selling your house in a Athens subdivision, keep reading to find out what you can do to make it stand out.

Enhance Curb Appeal

When it comes to selling your house in Athens or anywhere, first impressions are immensely important. Your chance to create a great first impression lies with what potential buyers first see when they pull up – the outside of your house. And that’s why it’s so important to work on curb appeal to make your house stand out.

“The first impression of your house is the one people get from the street, but ironically, it often gets overlooked, with sellers directing all their attention to the interior. With a few easy touches, your curb appeal can set a lasting, welcoming tone to the entire visit.”

Sprucing up the lawn and taking care of the landscaping are perhaps the most important aspects of enhancing curb appeal. Then, you should consider touching up or repainting the exterior. And some strategically placed potted plants and lawn furniture can provide the finishing touches.

To discover more about enhancing curb appeal for selling your house, contact your Athens agent at 706-426-1082.

Repair, Declutter, and Clean

The basic preparations for selling your house in Athens and to make it stand out – or, rather, not stand out in a bad way – in a subdivision remain the same no matter what. And it all begins with making necessary repairs, decluttering, and deep cleaning.

Here’s what industry pros say on this: “[M]ake sure [buyers] don’t see anything that needs repair. It includes cracks, loose or squeaky doorknobs, dangling weather stripping, and locks that get jammed easily. Anything dirty, and by dirty, consider anything that’s not squeaky clean. Also, any cluttered areas, which makes spaces feel much smaller, dirtier, older, and just all-around welcoming. Taking care of this is not about making your home stand out with something good. It is about making sure it doesn’t stand out with something terrible.”

Make it Neutral (But Not Too Much)

Far too many sellers fail to depersonalize and make their house neutral. So when selling your house in a Athens subdivision and making it stand out, you should strive for a neutral, blank-palette effect.

The idea is to allow potential buyers to envision your house as their home. They should be able to imagine themselves living there with their own belongings in place. That means you’ll need to depersonalize, doing such things as removing family photos, taking down weird artwork, repainting in neutral tones, and so on.

But don’t carry it too far. You don’t want your house to be completely null, blank, and devoid of any character. Again, contact your Athens agent for advice on how to proceed here.

Emphasize Features and Added Value

And if you really want to make your subdivision house stand out, make a point to emphasize all its great features and how much value they add. For selling your house is in large part a matter of savvy marketing, and this is one of its important elements.

So in your listing and during showings, point out that large, new deck and draw attention to the new energy-efficient windows. Doing this will draw potential buyer’s attention to the value-added aspect and will make your house stand out.

Lean on Your Athens Agent

It may currently be a buyer’s market, but selling your house can still be a challenge, especially if it’s in a subdivision. As we’ve mentioned, though, your local agent can be a valuable resource to help you make your house stand out and market it effectively. So don’t miss out. If you’re selling your house in a Athens subdivision, contact us today at 706-426-1082.

Georgui Kassaev

Georgui Kassaev was invited to this country in 1996 during the Atlanta Olympic games. The first place he came to call his home after leaving Russia and performing all over Mexico, was Athens. He became a professional mixed martial arts fighter, then coach, and eventually obtained two black belts in taekwondo and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. He formed a specialty carpentry and construction business which sparked his passion for real estate. He then rediscovered his first passion performing. After all, he has performed in the circus since he was eleven years old in front of thousands of people and then again when he was an adult as a professional fighter. In 2018 he landed his first 3 television roles. While acting, he continued developing his real estate skills, becoming a value-add investor in the Classic City and then getting his real estate license. He has now become a listing specialist in the Greater Athens Area, working with homeowners to protect their interests and get them the right price for their property! However, he never abandoned his construction roots and works with investor clients to help them buy properties based on their numbers with no aversion to making multiple offers. Georgui is fluent in three languages Russian, Spanish, and English. He is proficient in video production and social media marketing.

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