Glad you responded. If you were in my market and chose to work with my team, we would meet, review your home and what needed to be done to maximize your selling value and create a plan. Some of the most critical things don't cost money and are a part of preparing to move.
Other things may be hired, done by you with friends or any number of options. I've been known to strap on a tool belt myself when some projects are easier to do myself than to hire, oversee and ensure a handyman does it right. I know there are other agents out there with a similar mindset, but I generally don't advertise that phase of what we do. So to answer your question, yes, there are agents who will help get your home ready for the market.
I've written a blog about Pre-Staging and attached a list below.
How is a buyer like this to make for sure the house, yard etc. is presentable for prospective buyer, and still have enough left over to make it through a work week?
Hiring a laborer could be a strain.
Thanks for any insight.