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Making a home for sale in Pembroke Pines look and feel perfect for various buyers isn’t exactly easy. After all, there are seemingly endless factors to consider. Is the home right for young kids that can hurt themselves? What about big dogs that may bark a bit too loud? That is why Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty wants to share a few basic pointers before you start showing any property on the South Florida market.

To begin, every person trying to sell a property in Broward County should realize that every home has a unique personality. A single man’s apartment may be dark and conservative. At the same time, a large family with outgoing children may be bright and loud with three kittens running around the Sony PlayStation and a jungle gym in the backyard. What every shopper, as well as real estate professionals, must do is make little compromises. You may have your heart set on hardwood floors in the living room, but will have to live with more durable carpet.

Another important aspect of buying a Pembroke Pines luxury home is doing your homework. An individual can spend hours flipping through catalogs and magazines, as well as countless websites to find a style that tickles his or her fancy. Looking at many photos help people visualize their future homes with their own furniture and artwork. Letting the wheels in their heads turn is always good for business.

It is imperative to know just how significant the paint color is on a room’s four walls. Rely on colors based on the furniture you will use. Study different color options, and make sure you compare and contrast ideas. Look at the fabrics that are used, as well as the art hanging on the walls. Do not be afraid to ask the opinions of friends, family, and professionals. Just don’t forget that it is your house for sale. Your personal opinion only counts until a potential buyer forms one of his or her own.

When the time comes to place a piece of furniture in a room, never overlook the size of a room. You do not want a giant sofa in a medium-sized room. At the same time, would a single bed look too small in the master? If the layout is not aesthetically pleasing to you, a potential buyer will probably feel the same. And if furniture is the right size, but still doesn’t feel like it fits, you can simply rearrange it. You may be surprised at how much larger a room will feel if you just place the dresser along another wall.

Last but not least, add some accent to a room with some green plants and/or flowers. Avoid lighting incense. An aroma that you may like can cause some other to go running for the door. Also, be sure to take down any photos that may be too personal, like weddings and graduation. You want strangers to feel at home in your Pembroke Pines real estate, regardless of your personal style.

 

About Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty:

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty serves 19 counties throughout Florida with over 40 locations and approximately 1,800 Sales Professionals. The full-service brokerage company, founded in 1999, is a subsidiary of Lennar Corporation, a Fortune 500 company and is a franchise member of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices’ network, one of the few organizations entrusted to use the world-renowned Berkshire Hathaway name. The company offers residential and commercial services as well as seasonal rentals, property management, REO & Foreclosures, corporate relocations, referral services, title, home service plans, and personal concierge services. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty ranks in the Top 10 in the network among 42,000 Sales Professionals, 1,200 offices throughout 47 states. The company is the overall No. 1 fundraiser for The Sunshine Kids Foundation, having generated more than $3.37 million since 2001. Visit www.BHHSFloridaRealty.com.

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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty, a wholly-owned subsidiary of WCI Communities, has over 39 locations and more than 1,650 real estate sales professionals and team members serving 17 counties throughout Florida.
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