Once deficiencies are found, buyers tend to horribilize a house and will want a larger price reduction than it will typically cost to repair the problem.
If it looks good, it may not hurt your showings but it may cost you more money than it's worth during the repairs negotiation.
I would be happy to do a FREE market analysis for you to let you know what it should bring in todays market. If you choose to have us list it for you... we will also provide a FREE staging consultation by a professional home stager. She will come to your home and give you several pages of ideas that will make your home show it's best features and appeal to the largest number of buyers.
Our goal is to help you get the most money possible for your property when you are ready to sell.
If you have any other questions, feel free to contact me at any of the links below,
http://www.NortheastDFWHomes.com - Property Search Site
http://www.FireBossRealtyAroundTown.com - Blog
http://www.northeastdfwhomes.com/cp/mobile-app/ - FREE Mobile App
Good luck on a quick sale for top dollar! :)
-Amy S. Arey, Realtor
Halo Group Realty, LLC
In my opinion, if any seller is looking to promote a feature such as this to prospective buyers, it should be in working condition or removed.....
Every Buyer is going want what they see!
William Davis Realty