Selling Your Home this Halloween? Avoid Scaring Buyers Away

Autumn wreath decorating front door.

October accents don’t have to be scary!

Tricks to make your October decor a treat for buyers!

If you love decorating your home to match the season, an October home sale can be a lot of fun. Autumn is simply brimming with charming decor, from gorgeous mums for your front step to brilliantly-coloured wreaths for your door, with countless options in between! It’s definitely a time when DIY home stagers’ hearts beat a little faster.

But, when your festive spirit extends to charming trick-or-treaters with your Halloween decorations, selling your home can leave you scratching your head. You might find yourself wondering how much is too much, or if your decked-out home will drive buyers away.

In her recent column in the Winnipeg Free Press, Kim Ewchuk, general manager and licensed sales representative for ComFree Commonsense Network, offers Halloween home-sellers useful tips on how to wow this October 31st without putting a bad taste in buyers’ mouths.

Read the full article here.

2 comments

  1. Hi Marlana,

    What makes our brokerage different from those using the 7%/3% commission model is that we only charge a flat fee for our services; this means that no matter what price you sell your home for, our fee remains the same (depending, of course, on which package and services you select). In addition, with our brokerage, you show the home (because we believe no one knows it better than you), and you can choose to benefit from as much or as little support as you need from our team of experts.

    If you are interested in learning more, please feel free to call us at 1-877-888-3131, visit ComFree.com, or watch our introductory video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fsHG2Yxf_qQ

    Best regards,
    The ComFree team

  2. Marlana Rosen says:

    Hello:

    What is your commission fee? Comfree cannot mean commission free as you must make money from the sales. How does your brokerage differ from the ones that charge between 7% and 2%?

    Thanks
    marlana Rosen

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