Selling Highlands NC Real Estate Requires Cleaning and Disinfecting

Selling Highlands NC Real Estate Requires Cleaning and Disinfecting

selling Highlands NC real estate

Lynn Kimball, Highlands NC real estate

Selling Highlands NC real estate requires cleaning and disinfecting. While we are in the midst of strange times there are fewer and fewer in-person showings and far more online showings. However, nothing replaces the in-person experience. As such, having a home available is important but keeping it clean, disinfected, and healthy is essential. Your Highlands NC REALTOR will ensure that the rules are followed but it will be essential to have a cleaning routine in place after each showing.

Best ways to disinfect

Bleach and rubbing alcohol are the ingredients necessary to keep surfaces in Highlands NC homes clean and disinfected. You may have cleaning products already on hand. However, if you don’t you can easily make cleaning solutions with either of these products. A cleaning solution with bleach should include 1/3 of a cup of bleach per gallon of water. Rubbing alcohol is the other option. Pouring some on a paper towel and then wiping down surfaces is a breeze.

Don’t forget the doorknobs

The most important surfaces to focus on are those that are touched frequently. This includes doorknobs, faucets, window pulls, light switches, and stove and oven knobs. Of course, locks, remotes, and curtain pulls should not be overlooked either. Take care to wipe down your Highlands NC home for sale between showings.

Learn more about selling Highlands NC real estate

Contact me, Lynn Kimball, today to learn about selling a home in Highlands NC. I welcome the opportunity to update you on the market while sharing a complimentary listing presentation at the same time. Let my knowledge and experience serve as your guide to selling Highlands NC real estate.

Click here to read “How to Disinfect a Home Correctly” from REALTOR Magazine.


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