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Daylight Savings and your Home

Daylight savings, you are either a fan or not. November 5th is when Daylight Savings ends and the clock falls back. The days become shorter and the nights become longer and cooler. Did you know Daylight saving time can have an impact on the real estate market? We have seen it! As the days become shorter, more sellers are staying indoors and often thinking about or preparing to put their home on the market. to be out and about looking at homes. We compiled a list of things you can be doing during this time to get your home prepped and ready for those cool spring mornings and longer days approaching in the summer.

  1. Highlight your home’s outdoor space: Make sure your yard is in top shape, with well-manicured lawns, trimmed hedges, and colorful flowers. Consider adding outdoor lighting to showcase your home’s exterior during evening showings.
  2. Let the light in: With less daylight, it’s important to let in as much natural light as possible. Keep your windows clean and remove any heavy drapes or curtains that may block the sunshine. Consider adding light-colored accents to your home’s interior to reflect the natural light.
  3. Make sure your home is cool and comfortable: As the temperatures lower it can be easy to feel hot and stuffy inside. Consider adding ceiling fans to create a refreshing breeze. Make sure your air system is in good working order.

By following these tips, you can help your home stand out and attract potential buyers. Remember, a well-maintained home with plenty of natural light and outdoor space is always in demand. Not ready to sell? These tips can still be used to help maintain your home. We also have another tip here from Nicole. Let us know which one you will be doing below.

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