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    Don't do anything until you get a relator. S/he can tell you what to paint and what colors to use, what other things you should change, etc. Doing it before you get an expert's opinion would be a huge waste. Let your realtor know you are willing to paint and she can guide you in what colors to paint. White may well not be the best color.

    Ask friends in the area if any of them can recommend someone. And yes, USAA does have a program, but I'm told that many times, it is newer, less experienced realtors because they are willing to work for the cheaper rate in order to get established. So it may not be your best bet, but it's worth a call, and then you can interview their people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by villanelle View Post
    Don't do anything until you get a relator. S/he can tell you what to paint and what colors to use, what other things you should change, etc. Doing it before you get an expert's opinion would be a huge waste. Let your realtor know you are willing to paint and she can guide you in what colors to paint. White may well not be the best color.

    Ask friends in the area if any of them can recommend someone. And yes, USAA does have a program, but I'm told that many times, it is newer, less experienced realtors because they are willing to work for the cheaper rate in order to get established. So it may not be your best bet, but it's worth a call, and then you can interview their people.
    my mom is in the process of selling her house. The realtors told her to keep the house as impersonal as possible.
    "She knew she loved him when 'home' went from being a place to being a person."
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    Well, you will sell it sooner or later anyway. Try to contact this broker: https://tranio.com/
    They connect you with potential clients, quite well-known company already. They will probably give you advice on renovating/alterations to make to sell your house quicker. Fingers crossed
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