Now that you’ve put the For Sale sign in your front yard and your property is “live” on various real estate databases, it’s time to open your home to prospective buyers. Your real estate agent has most likely inspected your home and has given you a to-do list to get your home ready for showings. Additionally, we’ve also compiled a helpful checklist to help you prep your home for a successful open house.
Curb Appeal: Make a first good impression with curb appeal! The exterior of the home and the maintenance of the front yard will be the first thing a potential buyer sees. Give your home some curb appeal by sprucing up the landscape. There are many simple and inexpensive ways to create an inviting front yard such as: mowing the grass,