Investing some time and a little money can improve a home's appearance beyond imagination. decluttering, cleaning, planting, painting, repairing etc. can allow sellers to recogize great returns on their investment that would be otherwise passed on to the next buyer.
There is no substitute for simply making your home "shine." Invest some effort.
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de-cluttering, staging, painting etc., and don't forget the curb appeal. For increased value, big ticket items typically include things like roof, upgraded kitchen and bathrooms, pool or decking, new landscaping and the like. However, it is important to bear in mind that the value of the home will be greatly influenced by recent home sales in the area and you could improve beyond the point of recovery (over-improvement). So be sure to do your homework, or find a good agent who will do the homework for you. Good luck to you.
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Step outside your house, take a deep cleansing breath (really! This works) close your eyes and don't open them until you can become someone who is looking to purchase your home. Now, walk every facet, taking notes. You'll know what needs doing.
Mostly though, listen to your agent's recommendations. They have a vested interest in getting you the best price for your home.
When you sell your property, your mindset is that you are selling 'your' home.
When the interested party makes an offer on your property, their mindset is to buy 'their' home.
It's easier than you think. Try here for suggestions: http://sabalpointproperty.com/SellerAdvice .