Say you’re trying to sell a used car. Imagine that it’s a desirable model, the mileage is low, and overall it’s in great condition…except for the body.
If there are a few areas where the paint is scratched and there are dents and rusted spots, you might find out that selling this car is going to be a challenge. For sure, potential buyers won’t see past the condition of the body and not appreciate the true value of the vehicle.
The same thing can happen when you’re trying to sell a home.
Everything about your home could be wonderful, but buyers will most likely notice the obvious flaws such as faded paint, cracks, and holes in your walls more than the other positives features of your property.Continue reading →