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Tasteful Holiday Decorating to get your Home Sold
Tasteful Holiday Decorating to get your Home Sold

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
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Generally speaking, I recommend reducing clutter when showing a home, however tastefully decorating during the holidays can be beneficial to a showing. Warm smells of pine or a pop of color from a poinsetta can add touches that entice a buyer. When decorating for a holiday, it is best to remain religion neutral and to focus instead on the smell and sight senses with holiday colors and fragrances. Below are some touches that will increase your condominiums curb appeal and are also festive for the holidays. If you are looking to sell your Fort Lauderdale condominium, please contact me today!

Wreaths: wreaths are a non clutter entrance that show care you take of your property and signal a happy home, whether they are made of greenery or are simply made of wood.

Bells: bells on a door entrance are a festive touch and announce a visitor, your potential buyer will be greeted by bells and likely put in a better mood before they enter!

Scents: pine needles and cinnamon are traditional holiday scents and can be used in flower arrangements or a simple candle before a showing.

Colors: hints of gold, silver, and red are both classic and appealing when used to adorn a poinsettia or within an arrangement of pine.

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