Even newer homes need some updates before they go on the market. This Langhorne townhouse may have been built in 2004, but it was clear that it hadn’t changed much, if at all, since then. An updated kitchen, touched up bathrooms, and new flooring helped the home achieve a more modern and trendy look that buyers would love.
Mary Camp, a RE/MAX Properties agent, partnered with our Curbio Philadelphia team to take the home from dated to sophisticated. She explains, “I worked with Curbio to update & refresh what would result in the highest ROI and I staged the home in such a way that buyers knew they could simply move in without any projects to do.” In the end, the house had multiple offers, and the sellers accepted one that was over the asking price with no contingencies. The sale was also the highest on record in the community.
Every house could use a little help before it hits the market. As the Realtor’s contractor, we are there to help make these updates more accessible for homeowners and easier to manage for real estate agents. See how much you could sell for with a free estimate.