It’s December and your house is on the Spring Texas real estate market. So the question is do you decorate or not?
Go ahead and decorate but do so within reason. The year that your house is on the market during the holiday season is not the year to recreate a scene from the Griswold’s Christmas vacation. Nor is it the time to display your collections of 50 snow globes and 100 Santa Clauses.
Scale down your decorations to a wreath, Christmas tree, and a nativity scene. You don’t need to be a bah hum bug but you don’t want to over do it and have your holiday decorations eat up valuable square footage. Buyers like spacious rooms and homes. They don’t like small rooms and cramped quarters.
Jill Wente goes above and beyond for her clients. I speak from personal experience. She guided us through the purchase... read moreJill Wente goes above and beyond for her clients. I speak from personal experience. She guided us through the purchase of our new home during this crazy 2021 seller's market.
Jill educated us on all the aspects of buying a new home and selling our home as well. Helping us to choose what options best suited our circumstances. She was always very accessible, thorough, and patient answering all of our questions and concerns.
We had a challenging list of "must haves" for our new home and she was always on the lookout for homes that met our needs. All through the process of house hunting, making an offer, and through to closing she was efficient, professional, and always put our interests first. Her excellent negotiation skills ended up saving us thousands of dollars!
I am already singing her praises to friends and family and I highly recommend Jill Wente as your next realtor! read less