When staging a home, our goal is to have the property appeal to the widest variety of people. With this, we get many questions surrounding how to prepare children;s rooms for sale.
It is important to note that some potential buyers may see a child's bedroom or a nursery and have warm, fuzzy feelings while others may be turned off by this idea.
None the less, here are three tips on preparing your child's bedroom in preparation for the sale of your home:
1. Say bye bye to bright colours - All rooms in your home should be a neutral colour, and this goes for your child's bedroom as well. Buyers want to come in and see the home as move in ready. A bright pink room would equal work in some buyers minds. By painting your child's bedroom a neutral colour, you are allowing the buyer to visualize their own decor in the space.
2. Declutter the Space - Each room in your home should be decluttered and this goes for your child's space as well. Children's rooms tend to get cluttered with books, toys, stuffed animals and other items. Clear out the clutter and minimize as much as possible. Our goal is to maximize the space in your home. Also, remember to keep this space clean and organized throughout the selling process.
3. Remove anything personal - Remove any personal photos, decals with the child's name or any other decor items that are personalized. By removing these items, the buyer can envision their own children moving into the space or visualize the space for another use. It also protects your child's identity.
There you have it - 3 tips on preparing and staging your children's bedrooms when selling your home.
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