Moving homes is always going to be hard work, but there are a number of quite simple things you can do to
relieve some of the stress. For example, one of the trickiest aspects is getting your current home ready for
sale. If you want to achieve a fair price, then you need to make sure your property looks its best.
But more often than not this can seem like a daunting task. You naturally want to achieve a speedy sale, so
it's vital that you put the property you are selling through a clean-up process. One of the simplest and most
effective ways of going about this is with a fresh coat of exterior paint. You won't believe the positive effect
this can have on a house. The moment a prospective buyer sets their eyes on the property, they will realize
they are looking at a much-loved home that has been greatly cared for. That first impression is vital in
guaranteeing a speedy sale. We are told never to judge a book by its cover, but when dabbling in the
property market very often the cover is all you are going to see. That's why you need to make sure the
exterior looks appealing enough to make house-hunters want to look around inside.
Bearing this in mind, finding the right color to paint your house is a fine art in itself. You want something
that is going to sit comfortably with the rest of the neighborhood, but all the same you want a shade that is
going to stand out from the crowd. Here are a few handy suggestions:
Gray is typically tasteful and neutral, but modern too. It will most likely blend neatly with interior color
schemes and provide a boost to sales appeal.
Blue is also a popular option. It is soothing to look at and goes with most other color schemes. The tricky
part is finding the right shade for your property. This can seem like a difficult balance, so it's advisable to try
a few different options until you hit on the perfect match. But don't worry- you'll know it when you see it!
It might seem like a "safe" bet, but white is always a reliable option if you are looking to freshen up the
frontage of your property. It is bright, friendly and helps to draw the eye toward other key features of the
home, such as windows and doors.
So you see, though there are plenty of options out there, finding the right color doesn't have to be a
stumbling block in selling your property.
Bearing that in mind, here are a few colors which are statistically proven to reduce the value of property and
might well hold up a sale. We would recommend that you avoid these:
Red is a fiery, passionate color. Not necessarily the kind of emotions you want to experience when looking
for a house! Something a little more fresh and comforting is always preferable.
Brown paint on the front of a house tends to make it look old and uncared-for.
Yellow tends to come on a little strong. It's either too bright, or if it is paler it can look faded and generally
Hopefully this little list has given you an idea of the do's and don'ts of getting your property sale-ready. And
when it comes to the painting itself, Vision to Reality LLC is here to help. If you bring us on board you can
rest assured that you are hiring a team of professionals who know what they are doing. We have built up a
reputation based on positive word of mouth, because we always go above and beyond for our clients. We are
dedicated and knowledgeable when it comes to home improvement, and we can answer any questions you
might have with clarity and professionalism.
So if you are moving homes, or if your current home is in need of a general spruce up, make sure you
contact Vision to Reality LLC. We can take the reins all the way from detailing to project completion. Our
customer service is second to none and our results speak for themselves. You can rely on us.