Many home buyers feel slightly uncomfortable looking at bathrooms while touring homes. Buyers will spend more time in the kitchen, living room and bedrooms than they will in a bathroom. I suspect they don't want to think about what usually goes on in the bathroom. Bathrooms are not generally a place where strangers share communal experiences.
So, they poke their heads in the door -- often without stepping foot in the room, like if they don't actually step into the bathroom, they're not really in the bathroom -- glance left to right, and leave.
That takes all of three seconds. So, that's what you've got to impress a buyer -- three seconds. Sellers can spend hours staging a bathroom for that three-second reaction. READ MORE
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