Though most homes sales typically take place in the spring and summer, fall and winter can also be good times to sell. Steve Gray, a broker with Royal LePage Kelowna, recommends the following tips for listing your home in the cooler months. First, choose bright interior lighting to make your home appear warm and inviting to potential buyers. Consider replacing 40-watt bulbs with more luminous options, and open drapes to let the sun in. Second, limit personalized holiday decorations and any other personal items and memorabilia. Third, use snow-free pictures in your listing, and if possible have your listing photos taken before the first snowfall. Fourth, keep your home warm during showings. Finally, shovel and salt your walkways and driveways, which not only makes your home more accessible, but increases curb appeal and shows potential buyers that the home is well-maintained and cared for. | Read More