Slide 1: Low Cost, High Value

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A home buyer naturally wants a place to call his own. Your goal should be to make the house feel less like yours and more like new construction. Even if you completed all of the following projects, the total cost would only amount to a few hundred dollars. Focus on the ones that are relevant to your situation, and with only a minimal investment of time and sweat, there's reason to expect a worthwhile payback. 


9 Little Things You Can Do to Help Sell Your House

Preparing to sell your house? You should have two separate to-do lists. In one, itemize the issues a good home inspector is likely to find. Those are matters you must address.


In the second list, put down the minor improvements that are totally optional but can be extremely persuasive to a potential buyer. A buyer needs to be able to envision himself in your home, and there are dozens of modest upgrades you can make to help the buyer feel comfortable following in your footsteps. Once the major tasks have been accomplished, you can get down to home staging.


Some of the simplest and easiest ideas are the best tips for selling your house. Repainting in house colors that sell, like neutrals, will broaden the appeal of your home. It’s worth hiring cleaning professionals to come in and get the dust out of every nook and cranny, and to wash carpets and upholstery. Make sure all your cabinets and closets have some unused space, to make them look bigger. From clearing clutter to replacing bathroom fixtures, find out which simple, affordable home staging tips you should move on before you put the place on the market.

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