Lighten and Brighten: Buyers look for space and comfort. Bright light can make a small home appear larger, while soft light provides a warm, cozy atmosphere.
Clean and Declutter: Buyers want to imagine themselves in your home, but will have a hard time if it's full of clutter. Consider renting a short-term storage space for excess furniture and other belongings.
Fix Plumbing and Electrical: Make sure light switches, lights and plumbing fixtures work properly before showing your house. If the problems are greater, call in a licensed electrician or plumber first.
Landscape and Trim: Invest in modest landscaping to enhance the "curb appeal" of your home. The same goes for your backyard. An immaculate lawn and garden can significantly increase your home's value.
Staging: This can be the secret to selling your home quickly. ...rearrange furniture or even rent more modern furniture to show your house in the best possible light.
Update Kitchen and Bath: The kitchen and bathrooms receive extra scrutiny. Prioritize improvements that will be the most obvious and impressive to buyers. An immaculate kitchen and bathrooms help speed sales.