Can Color Cost You a Sale in Hoboken?

When selling a home in  Hoboken be careful with the choice of colors you are using for your decor. The wrong colors could be sending the wrong messages to potential buyers.

Many feel that neutral beige or off-white walls are what sells listings, but many times it’s a touch of color that may be what you need to turn a buyer’s head in a listing that is slow to sell. Although, beige may be perfectly acceptable, the right color on a home’s walls, or the perfect color accessories can trigger positive physiological and psychological responses among potential buyers.

Many studies have been done on the impact of color in purchasing decisions.
The best color to get a buyer’s attention is green. During light-spectrum research that focused on treatments for season affective disorder, subjects exposed to green stated they were in the happiest moods, more so than any of the other subjects tested that were exposed to different colors.

Before you start to add green to the decor of your  Hoboken home, take caution. Not all shades of green are the right way to go. It’s the lime greens, or any yellow-greens that will not fly with most buyers. It’s the medium shades of green such as sage that have gained popularity.  Particularly, bedrooms painted in creamy tones of green – are good choice. Another good color choice beyond green, is buttery yellows, complemented with white trim accents.

If you’ve gone with beige, green or even purple, Eddie Perez can sell your colorful Hoboken home. Give Eddie a call today and have your home on the market sooner than you think.

For more information, contact Eddie Perez, Broker-REALTOR, CDPE. Eddie’s market  includes Hoboken, Jersey City, Weehawken and Union City. Eddie can also be reached by phone at 201-344-2886.

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