Crank up the curb appeal
Pull weeds, rake leaves and trim overgrown shrubs, especially if they block windows or the path to your front door.
A fresh coat of neutral paint will make your home appeal larger, brighter.
Fix things like leaky faucets and sticky cabinets and replace old screens.
Make sure your furniture placement allows for easy traffic flow and shows the purpose of each room.
This includes personal photos and portraits. Less is always more.
When your house is meticulously organized, buyers will envision themselves living a stress free life in your home.
Clean every inch of your house and don't forget to make your windows and floors sparkle.
Let the sun shine in, and turn on the lights. Open all blinds or curtains and make sure the house is well lit.
Be sure potential buyers are comfortable when touring your home. If it's freezing outside, leave the heat on.
Keep it ready to show
It may be a little inconvenient, but until you accept an offer, keep your home in tip-top shape at all times.
This article is posted at HGTV