Remove Clutter: Remove clutter from shelves, counter tops, drawers, closets, garages and attics. Many people have too much furniture in certain rooms. You may want to store or get rid of excessive furniture.

Clean: Touch up the carpet and paint. Clean all ceiling fans and make sure all cabinets are cleaned inside and outside. A clean home always shows well! Also, appeal to the senses of potential buyers by adding potpourri, candles, and other fresh scents.

Disconnect Emotions: Remember while talking with agents they will often refer to your home as property. It is best to remove family photos and personal items.

Optimizing Best Rooms: The most popular rooms in the home are the kitchens and bathrooms. Clear out items you rarely use and store them, and limit the items on the surface of the countertops. Add decorative towels to spruce up, clean out junk drawers, use up excessive pantry food items, underneath sinks are critical, clean out extra cleaning supplies and scrub down the area to confirm they are no signs of any water leaks.

Exterior: “Curb Appeal” is extremely important. If the exterior of the home is dirty, you may need to pressure wash the home, drive way and sidewalk, clean outside windows and doors, remove yard debris and touch up flower beds and landscaping. Remember a home buyer’s first impression is based on the view of your home from the street.

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