Although, it’s still technically winter, Spring is around the corner. And, when it comes to real estate, that’s the busiest season of the year, for buying and selling a home. As a result, sellers take note! Take advantage of any mild weather patterns, for example, to start home improvement projects now, outside. In fact, focus on those that can be finished in a few days. You know, even getting ahead of the weeding and replacing old landscape is a smart start. Although, save those big projects for the warmer days to come. For example, the success of new exterior paint depends on dry weather.
Start Home Improvement Projects Now, Outside and Inside
Many other projects outside can be taken up now, such as replacing your address plaque. Although, entrance area changes, such as fresh new looks in door handles and porch lights are also easy to do. Then, a new mailbox and door bell feature, why not? Again, these are all small, easy-to-do projects and upgrades that make a big difference. And, once you have them done, some bigger projects should seem more doable.
Inside, start home improvement projects now that inclement weather does not impact. In fact, just starting and finishing a small project or two can serve to galvanize you for the bigger ones in mind. And for homeowners, who want to sell in 2020, timing matters. Spring ahead with those necessary projects. Get any professional help you may need to complete them. Then, you’ll be ready to sell in the ideal, Spring-Summer time frame.
If you plan to sell a San Mateo County home in 2020, be ahead of the curve, with small and large projects you can do now. And, find the professional help and advice you may need with some of them. Then, contact an expert sellers agent. Also, contact one with dozens of happy client testimonials. In fact, contact San Mateo County top realtor, Carmen Miranda. Why not give her a call today?