Sometimes, simple home improvements can make a world of difference for prospective homebuyers. And for home sellers who are hoping for a quick home sale, there are many fast, effective home improvements you can complete to improve your house’s appeal instantly.

Numerous home improvements can be completed in as little as 15 minutes, including:

1. Repairing peeling wallpaper.

Unfortunately, wallpaper may start to peel over an extended period of time. This problem can impact the appearance of your home’s interior, and ultimately, may lead a homebuyer to consider other residences.

Repairing peeling wallpaper, however, can be done in just minutes.

Apply a tiny amount of wallpaper paste to the underside of the peeling section of a portion of wallpaper and press the wallpaper against the wall. Then, smooth away any bubbles with a clean cloth, and the wallpaper will look as good as new.

Peeling wallpaper may seem like a major problem, but with a few simple steps, you can put this issue in the past.

2. Cleaning a stained bathtub.

A bathtub that has been used consistently over many years may stain. Fortunately, you can eliminate this problem with some hard work and ingenuity.

The combination of cream of tartar, lemon juice and baking soda, for instance, creates an exceptional cleaning mixture that will help you reduce the appearance of even the toughest bathtub stains.

Add this mixture to a stain using your fingers or a soft cloth and let it sit for a few minutes. Afterwards, rinse the mixture off with water, and your bathtub’s appearance will be noticeably improved.

3. Fixing scuffed and scraped linoleum floors.

Despite your best efforts, scuffs and scrapes have damaged the appearance of your linoleum floors. Even though this problem may seem impossible to resolve, you can do so in just minutes by using white toothpaste and a dry cloth.

Believe it or not, toothpaste can be used to clean more than just your teeth. With white toothpaste and a dry cloth at your disposal, you’ll be able to remove scuffs and scrapes from your linoleum floors without delay.

Linoleum floors can serve as a selling point for your home. And thanks to this quick-fix solution, you’ll be able to enhance the quality of your linoleum floors and your entire home simultaneously.

When it comes to home improvement projects, taking some time to evaluate your home’s strengths and weaknesses may help you determine which tasks to prioritize. Plus, you always can depend on a real estate agent to ensure you can make the right fixes to help boost your home’s value and appearance immediately.

A real estate professional recognizes the challenges associated with selling homes and is prepared to work with you to guarantee you can maximize the value of your residence. This professional also can offer insights and tips to guide you as you prep your residence for showings.

Take advantage of simple home improvement projects that can be finished in just minutes. By doing so, you can enhance your residence and make it more appealing to a large group of prospective homebuyers.

Date: 10/22/2016 Time: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM  
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