When you're getting ready to sell your home, it's easy to overlook small problems. You know there's a lightbulb burnt out in the entryway, but that won't stop someone from buying, right?
Honestly, probably not. But it's surprising how quickly those little details, those simple fixes, can pile up. And, that pile-up can cause extra friction in the buying process, which, as a seller, you want to minimize.
That all-important first impression
Put yourself in the shoes of a home buyer. You roll up to what could be your new home – which is the right size and has the right number of bedrooms – but the lawn is overgrown and the paint on the front door is dull and pealing.
Already, you probably want to move on to see the next home on the list of…