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Tips for Redecorating Your Bend Oregon Home for Sale

Jason-Boone-Bend-Oregon-Realtor

Estate market expected to continue its steady growth next year many homeowners in this area are planning on selling their homes and they are making changes to their homes now, so they will be able to increase the value of their homes and sell them for more money.

Start With Your Cabinets

If you’re planning on making improvements to your Bend Oregon home so you can sell it in 2014 you should start with the cabinetry in your home by replacing old, outdated cabinet doors with glass cabinet doors.

Glass front cabinet doors will be one of the primary design features that home buyers will be looking for in 2014 because, they enable the homeowner to see inside the cabinet, without having to open the cabinet and they also make any kitchen or bathroom vanity look cleaner and newer.

Choose One Two Materials for Decorating Kitchens & Bathrooms

One key to success when decorating the kitchen and bathroom of your Bend Oregon home for sale is to make sure that you only choose one, maybe two materials for decorating those rooms because, using a variety of materials and textures can make any kitchen or bathroom feel too “busy” and paint a negative mental picture in the mind of the home buyer that those rooms needs to be remodeled or redecorated after the home is purchased.

Don’t Overdue the Accessories

Last of all, but most important, when redecorating a Bend Oregon home for sale it’s important to remember that even though one or more rooms in the home have been redecorated that doesn’t give you the license to let the home turn into a cluttered mess. Every room in the home should ultimately be “staged” with a minimal amount of personal items or accessories so the home overall will look more spacious even if it has a small amount of square footage.

To learn more great tips about redecorating your Bend Oregon home for sale, or to view the latest homes for sale in the area, contact me today by calling (541) 383-1426.

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