1) Put in the time to make sure that any small problems can be resolved rapidly. Put yourself in your purchaser’s shoes and address the questions prior to they are asked.
2) Find all guarantees on the heater, A/C, appliances, and other products that will stay with your home.
3) Make sure you know the expense of any needed repair works to your home, before the buyer asks. Get repair work price quotes on products that have to be changed such as a roof, basement wall, heating system, or worn carpets. When buyers question just how much things will cost to change or fix, you will be prepared.
4) Enhance your curb appeal with shrub upkeep, yard treatments, and a couple of coats of paint where needed.
5) Get a pre-sale house inspection and make repairs before potential purchasers become concerned.