There are some very basic things you need to do when selling your home. You want your home to be a standout. You want a buyer to see it, love it and remember it. It all starts with curb appeal. Look at your home from the road, see what potential buyers see. If there are weeds in the flower beds, pull them. If the plants and shrubs are dead or dying, discard them out and replace them.
If the front porch light is looking a little shabby, either paint it or replace it. Make sure the front porch is clean and inviting. Throw out the old web-style folding chairs and buy two nice chairs. You want the buyers to sit down on your porch and be comfortable.
If some of the screens are falling out or broken, make sure to fix them. If the windows need to be cleaned, glass cleaner and a few paper towels can make fast work of that project. Buy new flower pots, and you don’t have to spend a fortune for them. You can get nice ones at one of the dollar-type stores. Plant some colorful seasonal flowers and sit the pots on the front porch. If the porch floor needs painting, do it. All these small things will make a big impact when combined.
Keep the grass mowed, the trash cans out of sight, and your home will impress buyers because it has fantastic curb appeal. Make your home the one buyers will remember