When showing your home to buyers when you have pets, its a good idea to hide the evidence of your pets stuff such as: leashes, collars, toys, water bowls, food, cute sweaters etc. no matter how adorable you may think it all is, to buyers, it’s just clutter. The DiMora Team are real estate experts in the Novi and Northville neighborhoods and we have seen that its a good idea if you put your pet paraphernalia in a cupboard or closet and put dry food bins in a laundry or mud room. Wash pet beds to remove odors and dirt, and only display them if they’re attractive. If you decide to leave your dogs or cats at home, either crate them or confine them to a special area of the house, and make sure your real estate agent knows where they are. Even purchasing a new exciting toy or treat just prior to company coming may keep them more preoccupied. Check out below to see what sold in Meadowbrook Glens in September 2016.
24264 Kings Pointe, Novi: 4 beds, 2.1 bathrooms, 1,907 sq. feet, 2 car garage, Sold Price: $241,000
But it’s best for everyone if you can find someone to take your pet before a showing. Remember that pets have emotions, too—especially when it comes to a change in their routines. For more information on Meadowbrook Glens, or similar Northville or Novi neighborhoods such as Simmons Orchard, Village Oaks and Whispering Meadows, contact The DiMora Team today at 248-505-7728 or email@example.com.