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Sell Minimalist Homes

1. Find the right buyers.

When selling a certain type of house, it only makes sense that you pitch it to people who would most likely buy it. People’s tastes in houses vary, so you have to pinpoint who are most likely to buy a minimalist house. Here are some of the potential buyers to look for:

· Art-minded people often prefer places where there are less furniture so they can paint or carve and do their artworks free from distractions.

· The young adults who want smaller homes because it needs little maintenance and costs less.

· Seniors

· People who love Asian architecture and interior designs since most many Asian homes are minimalist in nature. Zen home renovation, which features minimalist designs, is in demand among Asian homeowners.

2. Make good visual presentations.

You can’t convince people a house is good with mere words and description. The modern mantra is “see it to believe it.” Visual presentations like a 3D architectural visualization made with 3D rendering and 3D modeling software will convince people more than regular photographs. Because while people believe that ‘seeing is believing’, seeing in 3D and 360 degree visuals is better.

3. Use social media and the internet

Use the internet to your advantage, especially Facebook. Make a Facebook page with the houses you sell so many people can see it. You can also make 360° videos, post it on YouTube, and link it to your Facebook page. If you really want to stand out, you can make an interactive, 3D rendered virtual reality app of the houses you sell, too.