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When you’re thinking of selling your home, paint can seem like just another expense to worry about. However, you might find that a fresh new color is exactly what you need to draw the right buyers to your door. After all, first impressions are crucial when it comes to selling your home.
While buyers are sure to look at other aspects of your property than it’s exterior and interior colors, the décor you choose can compel potential buyers to come and find out more about your house. The question is, which shades have the best impact on your chances for real-estate success?
Here are just some of the colors you should keep in mind when it comes to selling your home.

1.     White for the Exterior

In a competitive housing market, sellers need all the help they can get when it comes to attracting the right buyers. Unfortunately, if the outside of your house looks worn and weathered, there’s a good chance that people will simply pass you over. White is a classic, clean, and stunning color for every home – even if it does require a little bit of upkeep.
Just remember, before you start searching for ways to earn money such as taking advantage of the new gig economy for all those extra tins of paint – a professional finish is key when it comes to the outside of your house. The last thing you want is to be showing a streaky, or patchy exterior to the world.

2.     Neutral Colors Inside

While neutral colors might not be the most exciting option for your home, they’re a great way to improve your chances of selling. Everyone from decorators to real-estate agents recommend keeping the inside of your property clean and simple with a selection of soft and earthy colors.
Neutrals are also very easy for your buyers to paint over if they’re not happy with the shade you’ve picked when you move in. On the other hand, if you commit to a dark or bright hue, then this is much more difficult for future homeowners to fix.

3.     Soft Shades for Accent Walls

Finally, if you do want to add a small burst of color to a room with an accent wall, make sure that you keep your shades soft and subtle. Think about how the color will bring the space to life and remember that different rooms have different color associations. For instance, while it’s common to stick with shades like red and yellow in a kitchen, greens and blues are better suited to the bathroom.
If you want to grab your buyer’s attention, stay away from harsh colors, and think about pastel options instead. Remember that you still want to make it easy for people to paint over your color choices if they don’t feel certain about your choice.

Picking the Right Colors for Your Home

If you’re not certain which colors are likely to work best in your home, it might be helpful to speak to a painting expert about your options. A team of professional decorators can give you their advice on how you can make the most of any space – regardless of whether you’re selling your home on, or you’re just about to move in!