Buitron Realty Group

Stage & Sell

If you are looking to prep your home for sale to get top dollar you have come to the right place.

In this blog we will break down staging and conditioning your home. Here is a breakdown of the topics:

The top 10 reasons to stage your home

Use staging to highlight the most lived-in rooms in the house because this is where buyers will spend most of their time.

Cluttered versus uncluttered

Make the best first impressions!

When you declutter and impersonalize your home, buyers can visualize themselves living there. Have you put yourself in their shoes – would you want to buy a used car that is covered in crumbs, dog hair, and sticky floors from an old spilled soda? Would you buy a home in a similar condition? Of course not.

The solution is staging, cleaning up and presenting the property at its very best. Another benefit of staging is your marketing photos will look great. 90% of buyers look for homes online, and I want yours to stand out! Photos that showcase your property in the best possible way keep buyers coming through your door.

Decluttering tips:

Pet Odor

You might love your furry friends, but are their pet odors turning off potential buyers when you are trying to sell your home?

If you spend a lot of time with your cats or dogs, you might not notice the smell in your home. So, you may not realize that your home smells like your pets.

When selling your property, first impressions are crucial. If a potential buyer detects pet odors upon entering, it can greatly reduce their interest in your property.

Ask your real estate agent for an honest opinion. If they say you have a problem, here are some ways you can freshen up your house without getting rid of Fluffy and Fido.

  • Air everything out. Open up all the windows to let the fresh air come in from outside and sweep away all the stiffness and smells.

  • Wash the floors and the walls with vinegar, floor cleaner or an odor-neutralizing cleaning product. You can find pet-specific cleaning products at pet supply stores.

  • Pet smells can steep into fabrics, so steam clean or dry-clean your fabric drapes and upholstery.

  • Washing blankets and bedding with a mix of laundry detergent and 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar can help to remove the smells.

  • Before showing off your home, have your carpets professionally cleaned so that all the deep-down dog hair and cat dander will be removed.

  • When potential buyers come over, he can place potpourri or scented candles around the room in strategic locations. However, be careful that you don’t go overboard as some people are sensitive to strong perfumes.

  • Keep your pet contained to one section of the house to make cleaning easier and keep the rest of the house smelling fresh. If at all possible, have your pets stay with a friend when the home is being shown.

With these tips, you should be able to make a fresh smelling first impression on anyone who comes to view your home. For more information about selling your property, contact your trusted real estate professional.

47 Things You Can Do

Updates and Repairs


A fresh coat of paint can completely change the feel of any space from “eh” to “aah”. There are a few high-impact updates that might be worth considering for your home depending on its condition, price point and competition. I can help you determine if any of these popular updates are right for your property.


One of the three sellers knows there’s a problem that is bound to come up under the inspection, such as a leaky faucet, a stuck window, or worn shingles. It can be a good idea to make these kinds of repairs before putting the house on the market.

The home improvement renovations for maximum ROI

Whether you are selling your home, just purchasing your first home or are a homeowner planning to stay put for a while, there is value in knowing which home improvement projects will net you the most return on investment (ROI).

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