Long Island Sellers Ask ~ Which Room Is The Most Important To Keep Clean When Selling Our North Shore Of Long Island House?

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Long Island Sellers Ask ~ Which Room Is The Most Important To Keep Clean When Selling Our North Shore Of Long Island House?
 
Larry and Sheila, Realtors on The North Shore Of Long Island have been asked this Frequently Asked Question by Seller's who are getting ready to place their house on the market ~ "Which Room In The House Should Always Be Clean?" 
 
 
 
Besides the Price, the Condition is extemely important when selling your house on The North Shore Of Long Island.The North Shore Of Long Island Seller Tips
 
Kitchens should be Spotless and Clutter-Free is our Answer ~ It's heart of the Home!
 
The Kitchen should look clean and spacious as it is the most important room in the house to the buyer. The emptier it is, the larger it will look to the buyer.
 
Start with Clean Counter-Tops. If you can, take everything off the counters and put them somewhere else if you have the room. If you don't have enough cabinet space, try and eliminate things that you rarely use and start packing them away. You're going to have to do this anyway when you move.
 
Clutter makes spaces seem smaller and will turn buyers off, so keep dirty dishes out of the  sink and off the counters. Clean the trash container thoroughly and make sure there are no dirty dish rags around.
 
Because the Kitchen is the biggest selling feature in your house, you want to keep it as clean as possible so it can make the potential buyer say, “This Is My Kitchen.”
 
And, when you're ready to make the move on The North Shore Of Long Island, please contact Larry And Sheila to list your house and feature it on our active websites at 631-805-4400.
 
 
  
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Rainmaker
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Eileen Hsu
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Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Kitchen is surely a good selling point if it is nice and minimum few items on the counter top. We would like to see the entire property all clean and decluttered!

May 26, 2012 05:41 AM
Rainmaker
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Michael Setunsky
Your Commercial Real Estate Link to Northern VA
Michael's Commercial LLC

Larry and Sheila, I agree. In most cases its the kitchen that sells the home. The bathrooms are the next room buyers look at.

 

May 26, 2012 05:50 AM
Rainmaker
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Richie Alan Naggar Author PEARLS SERIES of books
on LIFE and LOVE plus Real Estate too!
People first then business! Ran Right Realty Riverside, Ca

The kitchen is one of those rooms that speak loudly when viewed...good post

May 26, 2012 06:37 AM
Rainmaker
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Richard & Beth Witt
Broker/Owner RE/MAX Wittney Estates Long Island NY
RE/MAX Wittney Estates 516-795-6900 www.longislandrealestatesearch.com

For sure the kitchen can be a deal breaker... more so than any room in the house...

May 26, 2012 06:42 AM
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Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi & Corinna Birgit Cromartie
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The entire home needs to be spotless for showings but the kitchen and bathrooms are indeed the most important........you can understand clothing on the chair in the bedroom, not a kitchen with food left out or dirty dishes in the sink! Great post..............

May 26, 2012 06:55 AM
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Melissa Zavala
Broker, Escondido Real Estate, San Diego County
Broadpoint Properties

Totally agree that it is important for the kitchen to be spotless and clutter free. It also helps if the bathrooms are sparking and free of all personal items on the counter.

May 26, 2012 07:02 AM
Rainmaker
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Bill Gassett
Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate
RE/MAX Executive Realty

I would say all of them:) There is no question however that the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in a home!

May 26, 2012 07:22 AM
Rainmaker
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Li Read
Caring expertise...knowledge for you!
Sea to Sky Premier Properties (Salt Spring)

I agree...if the kitchen is terrific, the rest of the home jumps up.

May 26, 2012 09:24 AM
Rainmaker
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J. Philip Faranda
Broker-Owner
J. Philip Faranda (J. Philip R.E. LLC) Westchester County NY

How about every room? 

May 26, 2012 03:37 PM
Rainmaker
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Joan Cox
Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time
Metro Brokers - House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373

Larry & Sheila, the kitchen is so important to keep immaculate, and to be sure there are no lingering smells!  Great post!

May 26, 2012 04:02 PM
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Lenn Harley
Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland
Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate

Kitchen, kitchen, kitchen

Baths

Master Bedroom

May 26, 2012 04:19 PM
Rainmaker
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Eric Michael
Metro Detroit Real Estate Professional 734.564.1519
Remerica Integrity, Realtors®, Northville, MI

It's all about the kitchen. People can leave clothes and toys out or not make a bed, but a kitchen is where food is. It's gotta be clean.

May 26, 2012 06:22 PM
Rainmaker
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Al Raymondi
Ormond By The Sea Florida - Home and Condo Sales a
Ocean View Realty Group in Ormond By The Sea Florida

Terrific post Larry & Sheila, the kitchen can be a huge turn off for buyers or it can help sell the home.

May 26, 2012 06:24 PM
Rainmaker
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Cheryl Ritchie
Southern Maryland 301-980-7566
RE/MAX Leading Edge www.GoldenResults.com
Yep, you feel like the whole house is a mess when the kitchen is the mess.
May 26, 2012 10:54 PM
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Christine Donovan
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Donovan Blatt Realty

Larry and Sheila - I would also say keeping the bathroom clean is important.  No one wants to see a dirty bathroom either.

May 26, 2012 11:30 PM
Rainmaker
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Gabe Sanders
Stuart Florida Real Estate
the BlueWater Realty team specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales

Great advice about keeping the kitchen clean and uncluttered.  But, the bathrooms better be clean as well.  Actually, the whole house!  :-)

May 27, 2012 04:35 AM
Rainmaker
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Belinda Spillman
Your Real Estate Resource For Life!
Aspen Lane Real Estate LLC
Larry and Sheila, I agree. The kitchen is so important to keep clean. I find that buyers spend the most time looking at the kitchen
May 27, 2012 06:01 AM
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Toni Weidman
23 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL
Re/Max Sunset Realty

Definitely the kitchen. It's always the first place I head to when we're looking for a new home. Congrats on the feature too.

May 27, 2012 07:36 AM
Rainer
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Bianca Marijan
Broker Owner of Independent Real Estate Brokerage
City Brokerage, Hamilton

i'd rather see a dierty kitchen than a dirty bathroom but those two top the list.

selling yoru home is a job for the home sellers as well, i know it is tiring cleaning and prepping for showings but it has to be done.

May 27, 2012 08:04 AM
Rainmaker
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Jill Sackler
Long Island's South Shore Real Estate Agent
Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc. "Said and Done!"

Oh, sure the whole house should be as clean as possible, but you're right. The kitchen is huge. You don't want to envision anyone cooking food in less-than-sanitary conditions. What others details might matter so little to them?

May 30, 2012 09:55 AM
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