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Updated by Karen Highland on Jan 11, 2019
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Getting Your Home Ready to Sell

Selling a home is a process that starts long before you list it. One of the most important aspects of selling a home for the best price is making sure that your home is in great condition for your market. Next comes pricing, and then comes marketing...like three legs of a stool. If you have three solid legs, you stand to have the most success. Here's a list of articles to help a home seller put their best foot foward.

Three Home Improvements Sellers Should Avoid

Are you selling your home in the near future? You may have some repairs or upgrades you'll need to consider to make sure your home is in tip-top condition. Even if you're staying for a while, those repairs and upgrades are important maintenance items. Some improvements don't give a good return on investment when it comes to resale. Here are three home improvements sellers should avoid:

Easy Updates for A Tired Bath

If you're considering selling your home in the future, or even staying put for a while, updating the bathrooms may be in order. For the most part, many of today's home buyers are interested in a move-in ready home. Bathrooms are the second most expensive rooms to update, so if you're selling soon, take a good look at your bathrooms and see if they're dragging down your home's appeal. Here are some inexpensive and easy updates for a tired bath.