Staging Your Home – It isn’t always all about what you see…

We have talked about Staging Tips for Your Home awhile back, this is information that any home owner anywhere in the country can find useful. But Home Staging your Buffalo home is partially visual, but there is something very simple that you can do to add to the comfort of potential buyers. It is January here in Western New York and we have experienced some very cold days. Showing properties with potential Buyers you see a lot of cold houses. I have some very important advice for you if you are selling your Buffalo home.Turn the Heat up on your Niagara Falls Home Showings

Turn up the Heat!

Sounds simple, right? A warm Buffalo home adds to the feeling of comfort. Let’s face it, we live in Western New York and the cold weather is a fact of life. Buyers are in and out of the cold during their Buffalo Home search and if they enter a cold house they have a negative thought.

It brings up a series of questions that do not reflect positively for your home for sale:

  • Are the heating bills that high?
  • Is there a problem with drafts?
  • Do I want to live in this cold house?
  • What is the condition of the heating system?

Buyers are looking for a Buffalo home that they feel good about and feel good in. Whether you have a property that is vacant or occupied, make sure it is at least warm enough that buyers are comfortable enough to stick around and actually look through your home long enough to get excited. It seems obvious enough, but some Buffalo homes are so cold this time of year that buyers would rather run back to the car than see the bedrooms with over sized closets or the fantastic master bathroom.

Buyers that are willing to go see your Buffalo home even when it is cold outside are serious buyers. You have gone to the trouble of getting your Buffalo home market ready, have it and are getting showings, so be sure to have the home warm enough to keep the buyers in long enough to fall in love with your house.

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About Colleen Kulikowski, Associate Real Estate Broker (716) 650-0051

Colleen Kulikowski is an Associate Real Estate Broker at MJ Peterson specializing in Western New York residential homes who doesn’t follow trends; she blazes new trails and is able to recognize industry trends and implement them to her client’s best interest. Colleen has created a unique following with one of the top local internet positions in the country generating thousands of leads for her team. Real Estate is a second career for Kulikowski who’s first career was in Information Technology and Data Warehousing working for such companies as Radio City Music Hall, Nabisco Foods and as a consultant in the Financial and Insurance industries. A strong background in technology and management provides her with keen analytical and sharp negotiating skills.

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