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How to Stage a Bathroom When Selling a House

When you’re trying to sell your home, you want it to look its best so you can get the best price. One of the most challenging parts of this process is staging your bathroom. Staging a bathroom for an open house doesn’t have to be difficult, but it is important. The bathroom is one of the hardest rooms in your home to make look good, and if you are successful at staging a bathroom when selling a home, you can find yourself at an advantage when bargaining over price. Here are some tips for staging a bathroom when selling a home.

  1. Empty It

 One way to make a bathroom look good is to get rid of the clutter. Get all your bottles, soaps and other toiletries out of there. Keep them in a convenient location close by but out of sight. This includes anything in the medicine cabinets or drawers. People are going to want to see how much storage space they will have in the bathroom, and having all of your items in the drawers and cabinets won’t help.

  1. Clean It

This one should be obvious, but it’s so important that it bears repeating. Nothing is a bigger turnoff than a dirty bathroom. Get in there and make it gleam. If you need professional help, get it. That bathroom has to be clean above all else. Once it’s clean, get those cleaning products out of sight, too.

  1. New Paint/Wallpaper

A fresh coat of paint or new wallpaper is an affordable way to give your bathroom a fresh, clean, new look that should appeal to prospective buyers.

  1. Hang Fancy Towels

The one item you should leave in the bathroom are towels – but not ones you use. These should be clean, lush, fluffy towels that match the décor and make people feel comfortable and clean when they see them.

  1. Minor Upgrades

You don’t want to renovate the whole bathroom if you don’t have to, but you may get value out of small upgrades like new towel bars, replacements for leaking faucets, updated light fixtures and fresh bathmats. These are items that don’t cost a lot but can make a world of difference in the appearance of your bathroom.

Staging a great-looking bathroom is an important step, but it is only part of getting a great deal on your home. Another part is having a great real estate agent in your corner. If you’re in the York County, Pennsylvania, area, contact CENTURY 21 Core Partners for more tips and for assistance in selling your home quickly and for the best price possible.

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