How to Paint Your Home to Sell

Over the years you spend in a home, walls inevitably show signs of wear and tear in the form of scuff marks, stains, and chips in the paint. Sometimes walls even fall victim to the artistic expression of toddlers. In most cases, the damage to your walls is only paint-deep, meaning if you apply a new coat of paint, no one will ever know the difference. Pair the commonness of wall marks with the fairly affordable cost of hiring painters, and a fresh coat of paint is a simple fix to help your home appear like-new to home buyers.

Improve Curb Appeal

While painting can have a powerful effect on a property’s appearance, we wouldn’t recommend you go with any color you like. At the end of the day, you aren’t painting the home for you. You’re painting to sell, which means you want to choose a color that has broad appeal within the market.

We use light, neutral tones in our projects because not only do they help make spaces appear large and open, they also make it easy for buyers to imagine their unique belongings blending into the space.

Paint = profit

Don’t stop with the outside of your home! Painting the interiors, like your kitchen cabinets and walls, can drive maximum profit on your home sale