Interested in selling your home, but still on the fence about moving forward? With low housing inventory, higher home-sale prices and more buyers seeking a lifestyle change, it’s a great time to sell.

2020 has been a tough year for so many of us, and finances may be tight right now. However, if you want to sell your home but are holding off because you aren’t in a position to make needed improvements, Coldwell Banker® can help. Our RealVitalizeSM program lets you fix up your home to prepare it for sale, with absolutely no up-front costs. You don’t have to pay us back until closing – with no hidden fees, interest charges or markups. The goal is simple: to sell your home faster and for a better price.

This program is ideal if your home needs bigger repairs and upgrades or curb appeal enhancements to make it more enticing to prospective buyers. By partnering with HomeAdvisor, which is well known for providing top-notch customer service, RealVitalize enables you to make the necessary home improvements before moving ahead with your selling plans.

Sellers who have used RealVitalize have achieved some impressive results. Homes using the program sell more than 25% faster compared to other homes on the market and listings sell at 99% of list price on average.*

Here are some of the projects RealVitalize can help you with:

  • Painting
  • Staging
  • Room Renovations
  • Flooring and Carpentry
  • Cleaning and Handyman Services
  • Electrical and Plumbing
  • Landscaping and Curb Appeal

To participate in the program, a Coldwell Banker-affiliated agent will connect you with a RealVitalize project consultant. The consultant will meet with you to discuss the services you need and manage the projects from start to finish, finding experienced, pre-screened service professionals from HomeAdvisor’s network to complete the improvements. You’ll approve all project costs, so you know exactly how much you’ll owe at closing.

To learn more about this remarkable program, contact your local Coldwell Banker Realty agent or visit

*Based on program data from Aug. 26, 2019-April 1, 2020.