Using Technology to Sell Your Home
Some sellers are giving away cars and vacations to entice buyers. Here are more affordable technological tactics to modernize your home.
A wall-mounted flat panel TV could make a good impression on potential homebuyers.
By: Bob Gatton
- The boring but well-made house
- The great-backyard house
- The hardwood-floor house
How would you label your home?
Before you go tech-crazy, keep a few things in mind:
- A few hundred dollars spent on tech products will probably not make a multimillion-dollar home stand out.
- Overspending on a starter or mid-priced home might differentiate it from the competition, but you will probably not recuperate the cost.
- For most of these products, I’ve found that it is very important to instruct your real estate agent on how to demonstrate them and leave short concise directions in an obvious place. I recommend that you leave the instructions on the kitchen countertop and use a large font that is easy to read.
Install Flat Panel Televisions on the Walls
Bring Music to Buyers’ Ears
Motorize the Window Coverings
Heat Up the Kitchen With a Television
Offer Security at Their Fingertips
Throw in Cool, Useful Gadgets
courtesy of HGTV.com 2020