2 beds, 2 full, 1 part baths Home size: 799 Added: 07/20/19, Last Updated: 10/01/2019 Property Type: Unit for Sale MLS Number: VAAX238098 Subdivision: Parker Gray Historic District
Do you need some tips about how to market your small home like 432 N Henry St #A in Northern Virginia? One reason sellers like to stage their unit is because staged residences usually sell faster and for more money. What do staging professionals recommend you do to get your best price as quickly as possible for a art decos-style unit? Your home is a personal statement about who you are. But when you put your home on the market, it's no longer your home. It's a product for sale. When someone looks at your unit, they're trying to decide if this will be their home. When you decide to sell, you have to think seriously about removing some of your personal indulgences. The right window treatments can make all the difference in the world. Textures, floral prints and wild patterns almost never help you sell your home. Box those window treatments now! When it comes to decor for home sellers, less is definitely more. Countertops, console tables, open-shelving , tabletops, bed side tables—because any flat surface—looks best with as little as possible on display. These items are personal in nature and might not be of any interest to a home hunter. Get rid of the floor lamps and table lamps. Unless a lamp is critical for showing the home, it should be prepped for moving day and hidden in your storage. Have you thought about your interior color scheme? It's a good idea to paint before you put a home on the market. This is one of the most cost-effective home improvements you can do. Soft whites, plaster gray, and very subtle colors can make the walls recede from the eye and make your home a blank canvass for the next owner. “Greige,” a pale gray with a beige undertone, is one of the most versatile colors for staging. This pale taupe is a cool, sophisticated hue that can elegantly complement most furnishings.