Successfully selling your home starts with preparing your home to sell. A good place to start is checking your curb appeal. The first impression of your home is from the street or entry. Tidy the lawn, trim shrubs, mulch flower beds, check your walkway for safety and appeal, and condominum owners your entry and foyer are the first impression sometimes less is best.
It is never to soon to start packaging unneeded items and removing clutter. Updating bathroom fixtures, and replacing outdated appliances improve the appeal of the home. Clean and paint giving a fresh appearance.
Become familiar with the properties selling in your area. A realtor can help you decide on pricing your home, and point out items that may be addressed during a home inspection. Well priced homes attach buyers.