There could be several reasons to influence you for selling your home. It is a tough decision and it is tougher to get good price because of several complexities involved in selling a home. However, you can make easy improvements in your home to increase its selling value.
One of such things that most certainly will affect your fortunes in terms of helping to sell your home is how good it smells.Smell can be very evocative, and certain fragrances are almost universal in their appeal. The trick of fresh coffee on the stove is very common, so consider some of these tips for the future:
- Go for natural scents where possible. Although fragrance oils may smell great at first, there’s always a hint of synthetic base note. A pure essential oil will give you a much better and longer-lasting effect. Stick to lighter, popular fragrances, such as lavender or vanilla, as stronger oils such as peppermint may make your buyer wonder what you’re trying to hide!
- Avoid ozone fragrances and strong floral.Although attractive and heady scents, if your buyer has allergies, or migraine triggered by fragrance, these are the worst offenders. You don’t want to send them out of the door reaching for their allergy meds, or the Advil.
- Don’t forget the time-honored scents of home.If you have a bread maker, time that loaf to be ready just as your prospective buyers arrive. Also, don’t overlook the fresh coffee trick, however well-known it is. Lemon juice and tea tree oil in the final rinse for kitchen and bathroom surfaces also leaves a clean, fresh lingering scent. If your house immediately smells like home to them, the next step to making an offer is closer than it otherwise would have been.