What's the value of your home?

Put in your address below for an awesome estimation tool.  As always, call us for even more accuracy.

Why Carnival?

Carnival agents are experienced, licensed professionals that all share our same values!

Please contact us to get more information!

Where does your Realtor advertise?

Here at Carnival, we are heavy on the advertising.  Using both social media and major real estate search sites. 

What do I do to get my home ready to sell?

Paint in neutral colors.

Flooring needs to be replaced or deep cleaned.

Small repairs - Torn window screens, wobbly fans, crooked light fixtures, etc.

Deep Clean the entire home

Smell removal - Get an honest friend to come over. We don't smell our own house the way others do.

Kitchen appliances - Why would a buyer pay top dollar for a kitchen with ancient appliances?

Examine the condition of appliances, plumbing, electrical, heating, air conditioning, the roof and structural elements of your house.

Create a notebook using a 3-ring binder that shows all the updates your home has had, what schools and restaurants are nearby, etc.

Half-Empty closets are great, they make your home looks like it has more storage.

Light it up - The brighter your home is the better.  Remember natural light is best.

Pet removal - Sorry, as great as pets are - they stink and create difficulty for showing your home.  See if you have a friend or relative that will watch your pets if at all possible.

De-Clutter - Get rid of most everything.  Spend time on pinterest or the internet finding spaces you think look good, I bet they only have a few pieces furniture.  You might need a storage unit to do this properly.  Plan ahead and take advantage of those neighborhood garage sales or do you own.  Don't forget, whatever you keep, you have to move!

De-Personize - Remove all family photos and things that will detract from your home.

Stage your home, staged homes general return higher dollar values than un-staged homes.


If you have any other questions, please call!

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(256) 542-1771