There are many things to consider and do prior to placing your home on the market. Below is a checklist for you.
Declutter your home. If needed, rent a storage unit and store all of the things that you don't need on a daily basis. You want your home to look spacious allowing the buyer to be able to see the home and not be side-tracked by your "stuff".
If your home looks worn or tired, paint the walls. Open up the blinds and curtains to let the natural light in. People like bright and clean spaces.
Look at your landscaping and yard. When someone drives up to your home, does it give off a good first impression?
If you are aware of systems that are broken of malfunctioning, you should have them fixed or repaired. Major issues can sometimes cause a buyer to terminate their contract during the home inspection period.
Find a great agent to market your home, so contact an agent at Gayle Harvey Real Estate!