zillow.com - Given an improving economy, more confidence and the prospect of higher mortgage rates, many homeowners are gearing up to list their homes in what is expected to be a very busy and competitive selling season.
As you spruce up your home to make it warm and welcoming, you must begin by cleaning and eliminating clutter. Buyers need to imagine that they are already living there, and things like family photos, religious decor, kitschy memorabilia and other knick knacks, make it all the more difficult. You should be making minor repairs. Little things, like a leaky faucet or chipped paint on a baseboard, can suggest to buyers that you might not be maintaining the house in other ways, too.
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