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Throw out stacks of newspapers and magazines and stow away most of your small decorative items. Put excess furniture in storage, and remove out-of-season clothing items that are cramping closet space. Don't forget to clean out the garage, too.
This will help get more light in the interior of the home.
A clean house will make a strong first impression and send a message to buyers that the home has been well-cared for. Wash fingerprints from light switch plates, mop and waxy floors, and clean the stove and refrigerator. Polish your doorknobs and address numbers. It's worth hiring a cleaning service if you can afford it.
Clean carpeting and drapes to eliminate cooking odors, smoke, and pet smells. Open the windows to air out the house. Potpourri or scented candles or warmers will help.
Put higher wattage bulbs in light fixtures to brighten up rooms. Replace any burned-out bulbs in closets. Clean the walls, or better yet, brush on a fresh coat of neutral color paint.
Small problems such as sticky doors, torn screens, cracked caulking, or a dripping faucet may seem trivial, but they'll give buyers the impression that the house isn't well-maintained.
Cut the grass, rake the leaves, add new mulch, trim the bushes, edge the walkways, and clean the gutters. For added curb appeal, place a pot of bright flowers near the entryway.
Repair any holes in your driveway and reapply sealant, if applicable.
A colored afghan or throw on the couch will jazz up a dull room. Buy new accent pillows for the sofa.
Put it near a window you pass by frequently.
Use brightly colored fruit or flowers.
Set the table with fancy dishes and candles, and create other vignettes throughout the home to help buyers picture living there. For example, in the game room you might display a chess game in progress.
Show off the view if you have one.
Lay fresh logs in the fireplace or put a basket of flowers there if it's not in use.
Put away those old towels and toothbrushes. When buyers enter your bathroom, the should feel pampered. Add a new shower curtain, new towels, and fancy guest soaps. Make sure your personal toiletry items are out of site.
If that's not possible, crate then or confine them to one room. Let the showing real estate agents know where they'll be to eliminate surprises.
While a real estate salesperson will be on site during the showing, it's impossible to watch everyone all the time.
It's usually best if the sellers are not at the home. It's awkward for prospective buyers to look in your closets and express their opinions of your home with you there.
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