When you’re ready to sell your home, sit down and create two lists: home features and neighborhood features. Buyers want to know both.
I hate to say it, but I’ve seen more bathrooms than one should see that are just plain old disgusting. Nothing like previewing a house in a home where the toilet hasn’t been flushed.
The goal here is to give buyers no reason to think the home they’re buying isn’t up to snuff.
Balancing that fine line between reasonable and irrational when it comes to contingencies can be the making or breaking point of your deal.
Ditch the big appliances or stow them away in a cabinet or garage, and be sure to give a quick cleaning or vacuum to the tops as well to remove any crumbs or stains.