Slide 3: Neutralize Odor

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Bad odors can disrupt your open house, so it’s best to eliminate any offenders before visitors arrive. "But the seller may not always notice these smells in their own home,” Cox says, “so they should ask a friend or agent for their opinions." Neutralize the problem area rather than covering it up, as a smelly air freshener can tip off a prospect that there’s something to hide.


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