Sellers often ask how they can best prepare their home before putting it on the market. For the best curb appeal, make sure the yard is tidy, pressure wash if you need to, and fix anything that needs to be fixed.
Inside make sure your home is clean and free of clutter. Rather than undertake any remodeling projects, make minor cosmetic changes, like new bathroom fixtures, new cabinet pulls in the kitchen or new lighting fixtures. If you have any bold wall colors or wallpaper, consider repainting with a fresh, neutral paint color.
The best advice is to keep the home tidy, free of clutter and make minor repairs and upgrades so prospective buyers can see the beauty of the home without distractions.