Here are some inexpensive ways to increase the value of your home and make it easier to sell. All will not apply to your situation and you will have to use your own judgment to decide where your time is best used.
Repainting the Entrance Door (First Impressions Count)
Retouching the Paint on the Outside of the
Replace Gray or Used Bulbs
Clean and Store Your Garage  Buy inexpensive consoles and hang up the tools to remove them
Go through every room and rid your house. Be ruthless and get rid of everything you have not used for a year or two.
Get rid of all used furniture.
Invest in a new set of towels, for the bathroom, which are just for the show. You may also want to replace soap dispensers, etc.
Clean Your Bathroom Counter
Put things away and store them in drawers instead of on the counter
Thoroughly clean the shower / tub in the bathrooms. grout lines). If the shower head is worn and jerky, spend a few dollars and replace it with a shiny new one.
Organize your closets. Go through them first and throw away (or take in your local store) all that you do not use anymore. Thoroughly clean the closet so that it is nice and fresh. You may want to hang a new rail or install a shelf or other organizer to make the cabinets as spacious as possible.
Identify and eliminate unpleasant odors. The most common causes of odors are leaks around bathroom accessories, molds in areas that trap moisture, tobacco smoke and animals.
Many potential buyers do not consider a home that contains animals. Signs (or smells) your pets have left in the house. Obviously, when showing the house, you will want to keep your pets outside if possible.
Remove heavy window coverings that block light. (Lighter parts look bigger)
Get a small joint compound tank and drywall sander and repair small cracks, holes, bumps and nails.
Be sure to check where the door handles are touching the wall. a bump in the wall. Then retouch with a little paint. If there is a large area that needs to be repainted, you may want to simply repaint the entire wall.
Clean and wax vinyl floors to make them shine. If you have clean wood floors and polish them with the proper treatment depending on how they are finished.
Add a wallpaper border to brighten a kitchen or bathroom. Make sure to choose a tasteful design with moderate colors.
Repainting old fashioned cabinet fronts Replace missing or broken drawer handles and cabinet handles. If they are out of date, replace them all.
Repair and Repaint Broken Moldings around Doors and Windows
Replace broken buttons or buttons on appliances.
Clean the trim of your refrigerator and shine it Do the same thing with the oven and be sure to clean the inside of the oven.
Older homes may have dark wood panels that date from the house and make the room look small and unattractive. You can either remove the paneling, repair the wall and repaint it, or sand the paneling and paint over it. First use a good coat of primer, dark boards can take a few coats to completely cover them.
As difficult as it may be, keep your laundry / laundry clean and tidy. If necessary, hang a shelf to leave room for additional storage.
Illuminate a basement by removing unnecessary window coverings and installing larger bulbs.
Take a look at your cars, boats and other possessions. Buyers will judge how well you have taken care of your home, how well you have maintained your other property. If necessary, wash and wax them.
Keep in mind that you want to attract as many buyers as possible, so you will want to stay away from extreme colors or designs. The best idea is usually to keep the base colors neutral so you can use contrasting colors as the accent.
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