1. Get estimates from a reliable repairperson on items that need to be replaced soon, such as a roof or worn carpeting, for example. In this way, buyers will have a better sense of how much these needed repairs will affect their costs..
2. Get a pre-sale home inspection so you'll be able to make repairs before buyers become concerned and cancel a contract.
3. Gather together warranties and guarantees on the furnace, appliances, and other items that will remain with the house.
4. Fill out a disclosure form provided by your sales associate. Take the time to be sure that you don't forget problems, however minor, that might create liability for you after the sale. Contact Us! if you would like a copy of a disclosure that is written by the State of Colorado.
5. De-personalize your home. You do not want the Buyers to be distracted by personal items, you want them to see the home.
6. Find a safe place to store precious items and prescription drugs. Although the sale process of a home is reasonable safe, you do not want to give room for crimes of opportunity.
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