Ready to sell your home? Getting your home ready to sell can be a huge undertaking, it is nearly impossible to get your home ready to sell in a day. It takes a lot of simple steps to get your home ready to go on the market. Here are a few simple ways to get your home ready to sell.

Deep Clean

Have your home professionally deep cleaned. This will help keep your home clean and shows potential buyers that the home is well cared for. It is also a great idea to have your windows and screens cleaned. Clean windows can give your home a brighter feel and let more light in.

Clean Carpets

Carpets can hold a lot of dirt and odor. Professionally cleaned carpets will make your house look well maintained, newer and smell better. Nothing turns a potential buyer off more than a smelly home.

DeClutter and Depersonalize

You want every potential buyer that walks into your home to be able to envision their family pictures on your walls and their furniture in your living room. By removing clutter your home will feel like it has more space. Also take down clutter from the fridge, kids walls, and as many family pictures as you can.

Paint Touch Ups

Your walls can take a beating, especially if you have kids. Touching up scuff marks on walls, doors and trim can make a home look brand new. It is also a great idea to paint any walls that are very bold in color. Stick with neutral colors.

Fix Small Items

Take the time to walk through your home and note any small items that need to be fixed. Fix loose door knobs, missing light bulbs or broken light outlet and light switch covers. It will make for a better overall impression and make the home seem well maintained to potential buyers.

Landscape and Curb Appeal

The front of your home is the first and last thing potential buyers see. Make sure what they see on the outside will get them excited to see more. Creating great curb appeal can be as simple as planting colorful flowers, pulling weeds or giving your front door a fresh coat of paint. Small things can go a long way when it comes to curb appeal.

If you’re looking to sell your home soon, we hope these simple tips were helpful. If you don’t have time for all the necessary home improvements, your real estate agent is a great resource to help you find trusted business owners in your area to help get your home ready. Selling a home can be a stressful experience, but it was also be so rewarding to see all your hard work pay off and have your home looking its best!

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