The biggest mistake a seller can make is to do nothing. You may feel your home looks fine “as is,” but a prospective buyer is going to be going over the house and property with an extremely critical eye. A good way to identify areas of concern is to schedule a pre-listing home inspection. Draw up an action plan of items to address before actually listing your home. A bit of forethought and planning in the beginning will save you a tremendous amount of time and aggravation during the sale process.