up the outside.
Curb appeal is the first impression of your house. Keeping the grass
cut and the area tidy will help
or wash the exterior of the house (including window casings, shutters,
the windows inside and out.
the gutters and chimney.
Touch up the interior.
a fresh coat of paint in the most used areas of the home. This will
clean as well as brighten up the rooms.
the walls where paint is not appropriate (i.e. wall paper, paneling).
all floors and bathroom tiles.
rid of clutter. Clean out your closets, garage, basement and attic.
Use self storage if necessary.
air filters will help keep the dust down.
Replace bathroom and kitchen fixtures that are worn or leaking.
People will notice a leaking or worn-out faucet. By replacing these
items, you will give a new look to
under the sinks. If there is any leaks fix them. Then clean up the
damage using contact paper orpaint.
rid of any bad smells in your home.
attention to pet or cigarette odors.
scented potpourri around the house.
On the day you're expecting a potential buyer, pop a batch of frozen
cinnamon rolls or
bread into the oven for a great aroma.