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Improve your landscaping:
The curb appeal of your home is the first thing buyers are going to notice. This will set the tone when they are viewing the rest of the home.
Clean the outside of your home:
This ties into the curb appeal, but making sure the gutters are clean and the siding is washed goes a long way.
When buyers come into your home it should be in the best condition it can be. Make sure any damages are fixed.
Make your front door inviting:
A fresh coat of paint goes along way, also replacing the house numbers to allow buyers to see it from the curb.
Welcome mat (if applicable):
This makes the buyers feel welcome when coming up to the door.
Allow buyers to envision:
When getting your home ready you may want to remove some personal items to allow buyers to envision themselves in your home. This helps them see if it will work for them.
Messy closets may make a buyer think that there isn't enough storage throughout the home.
Wipe down everything from the ceiling fan to the floor.
Take home colors down a notch:
Keeping things neutral allows for a larger range of buyers.
Make your home smell welcoming:
Having a fresh scent in your home is safer than having overpowering smells or a bad odor in the home.
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