Selling Off Into Retirement
Karen and John Cacheiro are ready to retire in style, so the game is on to sell their house.
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The living room was dark and dated with dingy furniture, stained carpet and tired window treatments. In addition, the TV set was demanding more attention than from the fireplace, which could be a great selling feature. Fireplaces add dollars to the bottom line, so drawing attention to them is key.
The dull dining room looked like an afterthought, according to Freeman. The dowdy table was stuffed into the corner, and the overhead light fixture was not centered.
The spacious master bedroom was as outdated as the rest of the place and so packed with large pieces of furniture — including a treadmill that blocked the path to one side of the bed — that it actually appeared smaller.
The tiny kitchen has clutter in every corner, making it appear even smaller. The linoleum is in good shape but very dated. Replacing it with vinyl tile will help breathe new life into the room, LaPorta says.
The Designed to Sell team helps a couple get their yard cleaned up before their open house.
Neutral wall colors and coordinating furniture are sure to help this couple receive top dollar for their split-level home.(7 photos)
The Designed to Sell take the dingy and dull out of a colonial-style home making it ready for a profitable sale.(6 photos)Advertisement
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