X. Declutter: Believe it or not space is one of the top selling points for a home. Before you spend one penny on improvements, sort, donate, and declutter all rooms in your home.
X Clean: This tip seems obvious, but the level of cleanliness needs to feel like youâ€™re staying at a posh hotel. Clean all windows, carpets, furniture, closets, and bathrooms thoroughly. Consider buying new towels, rugs, bedding, and window treatments to inexpensively add value to your home
X. Curb Appeal: Homebuyers make up their mind about your home before they step in the front door. Ensure your landscaping, lawn, and flowering beds are free of weeds and debris. Walk around the entire house and remove toys, fix lighting, and sprinkler heads. At the front entry consider repainting the front door and adding a pot of fresh flowers.
X Paint: Fresh paint in neutral colors will attract many a homebuyer. Donâ€™t forget the baseboards and trim! Just like a lawn without edging, painting walls without the trim looks unfinished and dirty.
X Update the Kitchen: Do what you can afford, comfortably. Appliances, cabinetry, countertops and flooring can always be updated. For cheaper solutions, make sure appliances are clean and working, Resurface or paint cabinets. Adding new door pulls can make cabinets feel fresh and new. If countertops or flooring is damaged, replace with like material.