- A change to a product which is intended to make it better in some way
- to raise the value; increase the quality; improve; augment
The Milton Real Estate Market is booming!
In this competitive market, it is more important than ever to be "market ready."
"Your home becomes a 'product' the minute you decide to list it for sale. Just like any product on the market, it has features and benefits, pluses and minuses," says Liane Robertson of Rprojex. "There are other 'products' to compete with. To gain the edge in your marketplace, you must be priced right and look better than the competition."
Rprojex provides a Professional Home Enhancement Program to both Home Owners and Real Estate Professionals throughout the GTA. Our services are proven to be valuable and effective. Our Enhanced homes command top dollar, and often set neighbourhood records. We, effectively, take the guess work out of preparing a home for sale by providing a detailed checklist of things to do before listing.
Every Home Enhancement project is evaluated individually. A detailed checklist, the Home Action Plan, is provided by RProjex, effectively outlining a strategic plan that will set goals and objectives.
Our goals are simple;
- identify and highlight the best features of any home
- make sure that the home will appeal to the broadest audience possible
- assist where/when necessary by sourcing and providing additional furnishings, accessories, and a list of competent trades people, proven suppliers, and resources available to the homeowner.
Top 10 Home Enhancement Tips
- First Impression is a lasting one! The 'Personality' of your home needs to be neutralized; realize that potential buyers need to visualize themselves and their belongings in the home.
- Declutter: Particularly in cupboards and closets. Crammed storage spaces need to be edited; if not, buyers are left with the impression that there is not enough storage available.
- Furnishings need to be edited and simplified. Professionals are trained to plan space; we see things differently. We also pay close attention to scale. Reduce the number of pieces.
- Clean: Maintain a level of cleanliness. Clean everything from the top down, interior and exterior.
- Pets are a consideration that need to be addressed. Some potential buyers have a real aversion to animals of any kind. Evidence needs to be minimal. Neutralize any odours and keep pets out of sight.
- Reveal, never conceal, any damage to any surface. Better yet, address the issue prior to listing. Regular maintenance will help avoid some problems, but you are better off to fix any deficiency. Invest in your investment.
- Protect yourself. Remove valuables. Kitchen knife blocks are better off packed away! Safety first.
- Minimize storage and keep it tidy and organized in the basement or garage.
- Make smart upgrades that are current and expected in today's real estate market. Light fixtures, taps/faucets, door and cabinet hardware, and drapery and window treatments are the most cost effective and simple upgrades.
- Do not rush to put the house on the market until it is ready. Know your competition and be prepared to present your home in its best possible light. Care and attention to detail will impress buyers, especially if it is move-in ready!
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