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10 Best-Kept Secrets for Selling Your Home

HGTV's Buying and Selling offers up the industry's best-kept secrets to help you get top dollar when selling your home.

Selling Secret #10: Pricing it right
Find out what your home is worth, then shave 15 to 20 percent off the price. You’ll be stampeded by buyers with multiple bids — even in the worst markets — and they’ll bid up the price over what it’s worth. It takes real courage and most sellers just don’t want to risk it, but it’s the single best strategy to sell a home in today’s market.

Selling Secret #9: Half-empty closets
Storage is something every buyer is looking for and can never have enough of. Take half the stuff out of your closets then neatly organize what’s left in there. Buyers will snoop, so be sure to keep all your closets and cabinets clean and tidy.

Selling Secret #8: Light it up
Maximize the light in your home. After location, good light is the one thing that every buyer cites that they want in a home. Take down the drapes, clean the windows, change the lampshades, increase the wattage of your light bulbs and cut the bushes outside to let in sunshine. Do what you have to do make your house bright and cheery – it will make it more sellable.

Selling Secret #7: Play the agent field
A secret sale killer is hiring the wrong broker. Make sure you have a broker who is totally informed. They must constantly monitor the multiple listing service (MLS), know what properties are going on the market and know the comps in your neighborhood. Find a broker who embraces technology – a tech-savvy one has many tools to get your house sold.

Selling Secret #6: Conceal the critters
You might think a cuddly dog would warm the hearts of potential buyers, but you’d be wrong. Not everybody is a dog- or cat-lover. Buyers don’t want to walk in your home and see a bowl full of dog food, smell the kitty litter box or have tufts of pet hair stuck to their clothes. It will give buyers the impression that your house is not clean. If you’re planning an open house, send the critters to a pet hotel for the day.

Selling Secret #5: Don’t over-upgrade
Quick fixes before selling always pay off. Mammoth makeovers, not so much. You probably won’t get your money back if you do a huge improvement project before you put your house on the market. Instead, do updates that will pay off and get you top dollar. Get a new fresh coat of paint on the walls. Clean the curtains or go buy some inexpensive new ones. Replace door handles, cabinet hardware, make sure closet doors are on track, fix leaky faucets and clean the grout.

Selling Secret #4: Take the home out of your house
One of the most important things to do when selling your house is to de-personalize it. The more personal stuff in your house, the less potential buyers can imagine themselves living there. Get rid of a third of your stuff – put it in storage. This includes family photos, memorabilia collections and personal keepsakes. Consider hiring a home stager to maximize the full potential of your home. Staging simply means arranging your furniture to best showcase the floor plan and maximize the use of space.

Selling Secret #3: The kitchen comes first
You’re not actually selling your house, you’re selling your kitchen – that’s how important it is. The benefits of remodeling your kitchen are endless, and the best part of it is that you’ll probably get 85% of your money back. It may be a few thousand dollars to replace countertops where a buyer may knock $10,000 off the asking price if your kitchen looks dated. The fastest, most inexpensive kitchen updates include painting and new cabinet hardware. Use a neutral-color paint so you can present buyers with a blank canvas where they can start envisioning their own style. If you have a little money to spend, buy one fancy stainless steel appliance. Why one? Because when people see one high-end appliance they think all the rest are expensive too and it updates the kitchen.

Selling Secret #2: Always be ready to show
Your house needs to be "show-ready" at all times – you never know when your buyer is going to walk through the door. You have to be available whenever they want to come see the place and it has to be in tip-top shape. Don’t leave dishes in the sink, keep the dishwasher cleaned out, the bathrooms sparkling and make sure there are no dust bunnies in the corners. It’s a little inconvenient, but it will get your house sold.

Selling Secret #1: The first impression is the only impression
No matter how good the interior of your home looks, buyers have already judged your home before they walk through the door. You never have a second chance to make a first impression. It’s important to make people feel warm, welcome and safe as they approach the house. Spruce up your home’s exterior with inexpensive shrubs and brightly colored flowers. You can typically get a 100-percent return on the money you put into your home’s curb appeal. Entryways are also important. You use it as a utility space for your coat and keys. But, when you’re selling, make it welcoming by putting in a small bench, a vase of fresh-cut flowers or even some cookies.


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Inside: old house DIY ideas to make it feel prettier. If you love this, check my poured paint art tutorial. This post contains affiliate links.

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If you live in an older house, then you may be finding yourself always looking for ways to upgrade or make it better. We recently purchased an adorable 1930’s cape, and while we fixed some parts, some were left to DIY. Since we were short on budget and wanted to keep the integrity of the home intact, we needed to resort to quick DIY projects.

If you live in an old home, you know exactly what I’m talking about. A little old house DIY can go a long way. As a person living in an older home myself, I understand the struggle of funky spaces, weird colors, and odd nooks. There is always a DIY or a renovation in progress, but a simple home decor DIY can really make a huge difference for your space! In our previous home, our small space entry table made a huge difference, but these ideas are great for your old home regardless of size.

I have found that upcycling household items can give them new life and help you update your older home. These are all ideas you can do yourself and they’re so easy to do!

Cheap and Easy Old House DIYs and Upgrades

DIY Decor & Accents for your Old Home

1. DIY Chalkboard Signs – There’s nothing like this to add a little old school flair to your home – especially if you can find chalkboards at the flea market! Just pull out that Cricut for some permanent signs. Or use stencil film and chalk for a more authentic (but no-skill-required) look.

2. DIY Flower Market Bucket – I love how this adds color to an old space, without looking garish! Change the display seasonally if you’d like.

3. DIY Galvanized Wall Bucket – A brilliant and cheap way to fill those walls – especially if your home came with way to many “pre-installed hooks”.

4. DIY Spray Painted Glass Bottles – The trick is to keep the colors muted and toned down so that it looks real. Paint a bunch in different shapes and sizes and assemble them together for a cohesive gathered look.

5. How to Make Your Own DIY Canvas Light Home Decor  – Old homes can be dark, so adding a little light is a winner.

6. Embroidery Hoop Wreath  – Add a little year-round vintage to your decor with this cheap indoor/outdoor old house DIY project.

7. DIY Wooden Clipboard Frame  – Create a changing display for your favorite photos by making a few of these. Bonus points if you print them to look as hold as your home is. You can even put a vintage photo of your home in this!

8. Stain Your Own DIY Wood Flower Box Home Decor – Staining your own wooden accents means you can make sure it works with your space – whether you’re matching, or going with a more eclectic look.

9. Cactus Cricut Terrarium – Small home accents like this one lend itself more to the collected look above. You can use tinted glass (or tint it yourself) if you’re aiming for old house DIY that’ll fit into the era of your home.

10. Easy DIY Brick Faux Wall Installation – Fake an old Brooklyn loft look with a faux brick wall installation. Elements like black pipe can really add to that vibe.

11. DIY Gallery Wall – This was created with pops of color for a newer home, but if you’re going for the old look, simply paint them with distressed metallic, white, or anything cohesive like that! The collected look of the frames and the overexposed black and white photos make it old… but new. You can once again include photos other than your family – old photos of the neighborhood, home, maps from the period that the house was built.

DIY Organizers & Practical stuff

12. DIY Nautical Towel Holder  – Um, this is brilliant! Ditch the pink and green plastic towel holders and install this.

12. Embroidered Trash Can  – try this with a more organic material like bakers twine, sisal twine, or rope for a home office. The colorful yarn is great for a kids’ room or craft room.

13. How To Replace Kitchen Cabinet Hardware  – Swapping the hardware is one of the easiest, quickest ways to seriously up your kitchen quality. And it’s a fix you’re not stuck with! You can get hardware for quite cheap on Amazon, as we did for our kitchen.

14. Clipboard Photo Display – there’s nothing like a few photos to turn an old house into a new home! This is perfect for a family room or kitchen.

15. DIY Storage Bin from a Cardboard Box – this is the old house DIY that’ll have you loving cardboard boxes almost as much as your toddler!

16. Modern Rustic Burlap Table Cloth  – Pull double duty: accessorize AND protect your table with this rustic touch.

17. DIY Copper Toilet Paper Holder  – Nothing like some DIY that will keep that TP where you need it – but won’t look lame.

Old House DIY Furniture

18. Farmhouse Bedside Table  – a little touching up on an old piece turns it into the cool kind of old (just like your house…)

19. Dresser To Kitchen Island  – Old dressers can be big and bulky, which is something you DON’T want in a dresser… but you do want in an island! This clever upcycle will really make your old house DIY endeavors feel natural.

20. Entry shelf – Depending on the era, many older homes don’t come with grand entryways. If yours is compact like ours, you’ll love this idea for creating a modern family drop zone in an old house.

DIY small entry shelf full view

21. Color accent nightstand – while the Rast nightstand is no longer available, you can do this to add some charm to any old nightstand that has a simple shape: paint it neutral while adding a distressed color accent to the edges! We still use these years later.

22. Fur stool makeover – The trick isn’t to avoid making things look new. The trick is to make it look like it was old and you made it new – just like your home. Up the ante while retaining some original charm with all the sass that faux fur gives you.

I love this DIY faux fur stool makeover from a flea market find! This ugly vintage sewing stool is transformed into beautiful DIY home decor for the craft room in under half an hour!

What are your favorite old house DIY ideas? Comment below!

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How and When to Use Epoxy When You Restore/Paint a Piece of Furniture. #TuesdayTipsWithFallon

This week I am going over a very basic and simple furniture restoration tip, because believe it or not, a lot a people incorrectly measure the distance between the hardware holes on furniture and/or cabinets. 

Have you ever seen a piece of furniture that has holes showing beside the new hardware or two knobs beside each other instead of a cup or pull because the person didn’t measure or know how to measure before they bought the new hardware?  I cannot tell you the number of times I have been in a hardware or craft store and observed a person looking at the cups and pulls “stumped” because they didn’t realize there was more than one size. Don’t worry, I promise I helped them and didn’t leave them hanging.  Hey, if I was not in this business, I’m not sure I would have known either! Unfortunately, they have to go back home, measure the holes and then make another trip back to the store before making their purchase.  You can always take off one of the current pieces of hardware and bring it with you too!

So, how do measure the hardware holes correctly?  Watch the video above to see the full process.  If you want to start fresh so you do not have worry about the size,  click HERE for a tutorial on how to fill hardware holes in wooden furniture.  Also,  if you decide to paint the piece of furniture or cabinets that you are replacing the hardware on, make sure you use a Zibra Paint brush for the smooth application!!

Thank you so much for stopping by for #TuesdayTipsWithFallon!  Make sure you tune in every other Tuesday for a new tip!  If you want to save this blog post, just pin it to your Pinterest page and/or feel free to share it elsewhere.  Thanks again!

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DIY Retail

The DIY (Do-It-Yourself) industry aims to help customers improve their homes without the need for any extra professional help. The market is driven in part by the growth of the residential real estate industry and by change in people's lifestyles. The industry slowed down due to the first lockdowns caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. However, with people spending most of their time at home and looking for ways to distract themselves from feelings of isolation, the DIY market experienced a swift recovery. Bricolage, house decoration, and outdoor spaces such as gardens or balconies are common areas to which DIYers dedicate their spare time. Worldwide, the industry surpasses the 600 billion euros revenue mark, with North America and Europe being the most developed markets.

DIY and home improvement market revenue

618bn EUR

Value of the global flooring market

409bn USD

Leading home improvement retailer worldwide

Home Depot

Market size

The United States is DIY’s most mature market

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Market segments

The flooring market is on the rise

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Important market segments of the DIY industry include flooring, décor, gardening, lumberyards, building materials, painting & wallpaper, and tools & hardware. By 2028, the global flooring market is expected to grow at a CAGR of nearly 6.2 percent. Key factors include increasing construction spending and growth in real estate projects. Meanwhile, timber and building materials revenues are expected to grow in the UK, while sales of household goods and hardware are forecast to decline by 2024.

Building, home & garden in the U.S.
Gardening in Italy
Great Britain’s household goods stores sales growth, by category

Industry leaders

Groupe Adeo, leading DIY retailer in Europe

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With over 20 billion euros in revenue, Groupe Adeo, formerly Leroy Merlin Group, is Europe’s leading DIY retailer, followed by Kingfisher Group who owns multiple brands such as B&Q, Castorama, Brico Depot, and Screwfix. In North America, the industry leader is Home Depot. With sales exceeding 110 billion U.S. dollars, the company is not only the region’s top DIY and home improvement retailer, but also the world’s leading company in this industry.

Home Depot's net sales worldwide
Lowe's net sales worldwide
Kingfisher’s sales revenue, by country

Industry definition

In the DIY retail category, Statista offers information concerning global revenues, market leaders and their key performance indicators, number of stores, and total expenditure. Information about the DIY’s industry segments such as the flooring market, indoor gardening, home décor, lumberyards, building materials, painting and wallpaper, and tools and hardware are also included.


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Sample scenario: Bob runs a company. Bob is used to cutting corners on “unnecessary” expenses. Bob needs a new website, so he just decides to do it himself. Bob made the right call, right? Wrong.

When it comes to looking for ways to save money and cut expenses with your business, the last place you should look is your website. If you haven’t read my previous article on treating your website like an employee, then I definitely recommend taking a few minutes to read that post – it’ll change how you think about your website.

As a web designer for over 15 years, I can only see 2 reasons to go down the path of building a DIY website:

  1. You are/were a web designer, so your skill set includes building websites
  2. You have ZERO budget for a website. If this is the case, I strongly recommend you take a long look at your budget and find the room for a website – an essential piece of any business in 2017.

Why do I feel so passionately about you NOT building your own DIY website?

DIY website solutions are rife with all the wrong things: there’s often little or no reasoning to why design elements are placed in certain locations, editing and content management are typically are nightmare post-launch, and there’s rarely thought given to SEO, mobile responsiveness, or security. Then, when it comes to best practices, DIY websites are a no holds barred cage match where anything goes and nothing is sacred.

  • Want to stick a logo on top of your slider? Sure. Go for it. 
  • Can’t decide between your favorite 7 fonts? Use them all!
  • Need photos? Just grab anything from Google Images. That’s fine. Right?

Wrong. Wrong. Wrong. In all seriousness, all of these design choices are legitimate issues I’ve run up against during my time in website design and development.

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Why choose a professional or an agency over building a site yourself?

DIY Websites - Just say NO and leave it to the professionals

1. Leave it to the professionals

Professional website design is more than just creating a cool website. It requires keeping up with standards and knowing best practices. It takes continual training, learning, and experience to build a good website. Should your site have an SSL certificate? Did you include a Privacy Policy? Are there any usage restrictions on your images?

2. Good SEO is mandatory

Just because you want to build a website on your own doesn’t mean that you should. Building a professional website requires a good knowledge of SEO principles. What does your meta data look like? Are your page titles optimized for search engines? Did you include the alt tags on your photos? Did you dump a bunch of keywords on your pages or did you write semantic copy?

3. Your site MUST be great on mobile

No longer is mobile an afterthought or it’s own small collection of curated pages from your main site. A strong website is responsive and delivers a top-notch experience regardless of device.

4. When you begin your marketing, what do you do then?

Once you make the decision to begin an online marketing campaign, you’ll need to make sure that your website is ready to accept more visitors, you have lead capture tools in place, and you have tools to measure everything. What kind of traffic can your website handle? Do you know how to install tracking pixels? How are you tracking customer analytics?

Those who can’t do, shouldn’t

Just because websites like WIX afford you the ability to design your own website, it doesn’t mean that you should. Oftentimes, trying to save a few bucks by using a DIY website solution will end up costing you in the long run. You’ll lose out on sales because you don’t have the proper tools in place to convert site visitors into sales. You’ll find out too late that your pages were poorly optimized and you did not meet any growth goals. And, you’ll realize that after years of missed opportunities, you should’ve gone ahead and had a professional build your website in the first place.

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