5 Hot Summer Home Selling Tips in Salt Lake City

With summer coming up, sellers are wondering what’s the best way to sell their house in the summer FAST and if there are tricks and tips they can use to sell this season. In this blog post, you’ll read 5 hot summer home selling tips in Salt Lake City…

And lets be honest, the market in Salt Lake City right now is crazy hot.  Most houses are not having a hard time selling right now.   Please call Gary at 801-382-9199 right now if you just want to be done and sell your house right now.  Otherwise…read on.

Summer will be here soon enough (or maybe by the time you’re reading this it’s already here!) Well, if you’re planning to sell your house this summer then you’ll want to know these 5 hot summer home selling tips in Salt Lake City!

5 Hot Summer Home Selling Tips In Salt Lake City

Tip #1. Run The Air Conditioner And A Fan

People buy houses that they feel comfortable in because they picture themselves owning and relaxing in that house. And during a hot summer day, there’s nothing that says “comfort” like a cool home.  If the house is not cool in Northern Utah in July, spend the money on an A/C.

Run the air conditioner and some fans. The air conditioner cools off the house and the fans help to circulate the cool air and avoid any warm spots or stale air from building up.

Tip #2. Power Wash The Outside Walls

During the winter and spring, the exterior walls of your home can attract a lot of grime and dust, which dulls your home. Spend a bit of money and an afternoon power washing the outside walls of your home to really help make your home look clean and fresh – it will surely stand out from all the other houses on the street!  If you have older siding, do not apply super high pressure to your siding.

Tip #3. Add Flowers

Flowers are an inexpensive way to add a pop of color to your home. Buy flowers to plant around the outside of your home, and bring a beautiful bouquet of flowers into your home as well for a splash of color and interest.

Don’t be afraid to add lots of flowers to the garden bed and pathway!  And any where there is dirt, just throw some bark mulch down.  It looks great in Utah.

Tip #4. Invest In A Lush Lawn

As soon as possible, start seeding, fertilizing, and watering your lawn. Don’t be afraid to over-seed it in order to get even more grass growing as thick as possible!

A beautiful, vibrant lawn can really stand out when it’s cared for, and that will help to add to the perceived value of the home. Honestly, if your yard is just weeds, water, mow and trim; it is better than dirt.

Tip #5. Set The Stage

People buy houses because they see themselves in the home. That means helping people see themselves in the home! For that reason, consider setting the stage so they can feel like they are already there enjoying it.

Bring the barbecue and patio furniture close together. Set the table. Have some fresh lemonade and glasses on the counter. Create a friendly, livable atmosphere!

Summary

If you want to sell your home this summer, use these 5 hot summer home selling tips in Salt Lake City to help you make your home even more attractive to buyers.  Just because it is currently a hot Real Estate market, putting your best foot forward will bring you the best buyers for top dollar results.   Or  Call Gary at 801-382-9199  to sell your house today.

Alternatively, you can bypass these steps and just sell your house directly to us. To find out how much we can pay for your home, click here now and fill out form or call our office at 801-382-9199

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