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Need to Sell a House in Tulsa? Simple Tips to Impress Home Buyers

Updated: Feb 28

When you’re selling a house in Tulsa, appealing to the potential buyer and standing out above the rest is the primary goal. Buyers often consider dozens of properties before making a choice, so making a good impression is an important step in getting strong offers.


Fortunately, you don’t need to spend a large amount of money to impress home buyers. Here are a few simple, low-cost projects that can make a major difference when you sell a home, helping ensure it sells quickly and for the best possible price.





Love at First Sight: Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal


From looking online to driving by, the exterior of your home is what buyers notice first, so of course you’ll want it to be appealing! First, go outside and look at it as if you haven’t seen it before. What do you see that needs to be taken care of, like touching up paint or freshening up the landscaping? Tidying up the flowerbeds, fresh seasonal flowers for color, and power washing the concrete and/or siding can help when you want to sell a house and attract home buyers.


Let there Be Light: The Power of Lightbulbs


Lightbulbs may not be the first thing you think of when preparing a house for sale, but they make a big difference! Replace all burned out lightbulbs in the house. While dim, cozy houses have been on trend in the past, current buyers are looking for light and bright homes. Changing darker, warm yellow bulbs to brighter white or LED bulbs throughout the interior will brighten the house dramatically. This is most effective when all lightbulbs in the house emit the same color of light. Don’t forget to check and replace the exterior bulbs, too! Exterior lights look best with warmer colored light bulbs.


Pre-Packing Magic: Getting Ready to Move


For most people, how you sell a house is different than how you live in a house. Visual space and clear surfaces are key for the best photos of the house, which is what most buyers will see initially. In preparing for photos, it’s helpful to get a head start on packing and moving. Box up everything you don’t need – including holiday decorations, surplus toys, seasonal clothing, family photos and personal mementos – and stash the containers in a storage unit or moveable storage container, like a Pod.


Clean is King: Putting the Best Foot Forward


Oftentimes, Buyers are turned off by homes that aren’t clean. Whether or not the house has the latest paint colors or is updated with the current trends, a clean, well-kept home speaks volumes to prospective buyers. If you’re up for a deep clean throughout, go for it! If you’d rather leave it to the professionals, I can help you find a local housecleaner to get your house in tip-top shape prior to putting it on the market.


Talk to an Experienced Tulsa Realtor®


Would you like more tips on how to impress home buyers? When it’s time to sell a house in Tulsa, Oklahoma, you need someone who will create captivating marketing and get the best return for your home. Allison Sheffield of Chinowth & Cowen Realtors is that someone.


Private estates to starter homes, new builds to stunning renos, Allison approaches each family’s hopes, dreams, wants, and needs with the same level of attention. Earning top honors at her brokerage seven years running, it’s clear no one knows how to buy, sell, and build in Tulsa quite like Allison. She does it all with a warm heart and hardworking grit – the things a concierge realtor is made of. When you’re ready to make a move, get in touch. She’s more than happy to get to work.


To get personalized advice on how to sell a house in Tulsa, contact Allison Sheffield today.



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