Maria Salzillo - Mrs Realtor Agent, SRES, ABR, CNS, ASP, Cartus Relo

Spring brings with it bright colors, beautiful scents and a new vibrancy to the world around you. Why wouldn’t you want to bring that feeling into your home? The trouble is, you’ll soon want to bring a sense of summer and then fall into your home as well. What can you do to add touches of spring to your home without making major design and décor changes? Here are some ideas. 

Bring Nature Inside:

The best change you can make to add a sense of springtime to your interiors is to add living plants to your home. You might start a small herb garden in your kitchen window. Adding an indoor palm or hanging fern to the dining room or living room will bring those beautiful green tones into your home and add a lot of life. For a simple bathroom addition, hang a few air plants by the bathroom window or above the tub. You don’t have to change the entire décor theme or color scheme of your rooms to bring in the feeling of spring. If you have darker warm colors in your living room, select green plants that accentuate the space. Place bright flowers, in well-paired colors, in the kitchen to play off the wood cabinets or tile countertops. 

Another simple and effective way to bring nature into your home is to open your house up to the outside world as much as possible. On beautiful days turn off your air conditioner and open up your windows to let the breeze and natural scents in. Keep curtains and blinds open to allow more sunlight into your home. Connecting yourself and your home to the season will liven up your space and give you a renewed energy.

Small, affordable changes: 

Without breaking the bank, or even affecting your budget too much there are several small additions you can make to your home to bring in that fresh spring feeling. Change out your winter spice potpourri, candles and air freshener for clean linen, fresh cut grass or wildflower scent. Choose to use your pastel, green or white colored linens in the bathroom, bedrooms, and kitchen. If you don’t have linens in these colors visit your nearby home décor or discount home store to find affordable textiles. If you have multiple sets of dishes trade your winter plaid themed dish set for your floral or bright colored plates. Get out your flower vases and bring in fresh cut flowers from outside. 

Filling your home with touches of spring doesn’t have to be expensive and can be more fun than just your typical spring cleaning. Take a look around your house and find the pieces you already have that can be used strategically to freshen your home and your life.

Home sellers may encounter problems as they try to get the best prices for their residences. Fortunately, there are lots of things that sellers can do to reduce or eliminate hurdles that otherwise may slow down the house selling journey.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you tackle various home selling hurdles.

1. Analyze the Local Housing Market

The local housing market may play a major role in how much you ultimately receive for your residence. Thus, if you analyze the local housing sector closely, you may be able to gain deep insights that you can use to guide your home selling journey.

Oftentimes, it helps to differentiate between a buyer's and seller's market. If you find out how long houses generally are available before they sell in your city or town, you may be able to determine if a buyer's or seller's market is in place. Then, you can tailor your house selling efforts accordingly.

2. Know Your Home

A buyer will assess your home's condition before deciding whether to submit an offer to purchase your residence. If you understand the current state of your residence, you can correct house problems right away. And if you quickly address these home issues, you may be able to accelerate the house selling journey.

It may be beneficial to conduct a house inspection prior to listing your residence. With an inspection, you can receive in-depth insights into any underlying house issues. Next, you can use an inspection report to prioritize home repairs and upgrades.

3. Collaborate with a Real Estate Agent

As you get set to navigate the home selling journey, you may want to hire a real estate agent. Because if you have a real estate agent at your side, you can receive the support you need to instantly identify and resolve assorted property selling issues.

A real estate agent is committed to client satisfaction, and he or she will do everything possible to help you alleviate house selling issues. First, a real estate agent will learn about you and your house selling goals and craft a personalized property selling strategy. He or she then will work with you to promote your residence to prospective buyers. And if you receive an offer to purchase your house, a real estate agent is happy to provide a recommendation about whether you should accept, reject or counter this homebuying proposal.

In addition, a real estate agent goes above and beyond the call of duty to minimize home selling stress. If you ever have concerns or questions during the home selling journey, a real estate agent is ready to address them.

For those who want to resolve home selling problems, it helps to plan ahead for the property selling journey. Thanks to the aforementioned tips, you can prepare for any home selling problems that may come your way. As a result, you can use these tips to address home selling issues and achieve the best-possible results during the house selling journey.

This Condo in Lynn, MA recently sold for $259,000. This Garden,Hi-Rise style home was sold by Maria Salzillo - J. Barrett & Company.

150 Lynnway, Lynn, MA 01902


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Phase II one bedroom plus study/den or quest bedroom beautiful southwest views over harbor marina and Boston skyline new Heat/AC recent hot water heater walk to commuter train,beach boardwalk

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This Single-Family in Lynn, MA recently sold for $390,000. This Cape style home was sold by Maria Salzillo - J. Barrett & Company.

16 Graybriar Lane, Lynn, MA 01902


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This spacious Cape-style home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in the Buchanan Bridge area of Lynn. This home consists of 7 rooms, 4-5 bedrooms, one full bath and one-half bath. As you enter the home a bright and sunny living room greets you with bay window, and wood-burning fireplace, eat in kitchen with new counter tops, 2 generous sized bedrooms with ample closets, and full ceramic tiled bath with new toilet and vanity. 2nd floor consists of 3 additional bedrooms with ample closet space and storage, plus half bath with new toilet and vanity. Large unfinished basement has workshop area, laundry, and additional space for future expansion. Home has gleaming hardwood floors in all main rooms, new 200 AMP electrical service and windows. Large yard offers a tranquil space to relax or great for entertaining. Property is close to public transportation, schools, shopping, beaches, parks, and restaurants. Be quick as this will not last!!

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Meticulously maintained-completely updated 3 bedroom Ranch style home in desirable WEST Peabody! Enjoy the convenience of one level living. Enter through the enclosed entry way to the spacious living room w/wood burning fireplace w/granite surround, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting & entry closet, open to the dining room w/picture window overlooking the lovely backyard, an x-large granite kitchen w/plenty of cabinet and counter space w/ceramic tiled floor, a family room/office w/hardwood flooring, a ceiling fan & slider to the back yard, down the hall to the updated bath w/granite counter & granite flooring, three spacious bedrooms w/hardwood flooring, closets and 2 w/ceiling fans. Hardwood flooring & crown molding throughout, central vacum, 10 year young heating & central a/c system, updated electrical. 1 car garage w/heat and a/c-very easy to add additional sq ftg. Anderson Windows,pull down attic stairs in garage for additional storage,large storage shed. Just move in & enjoy!

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