First and foremost, ask yourself why you are selling your property. You must learn about your motivation as this is the driving factor behind the resources (money, time and effort) you will be willing to invest as well. Those who want a quick sale will act differently from those who want a huge profit.
After looking at the outside, it is now time to look at the inside of your home. Obviously, you have to make sure that the interior is clean and tidy as well. Also, do not be tempted to put up loads of air fresheners or scented candles. You may believe that they smell gorgeous, but the reality is that not everybody enjoys them. Also, you may find that people who smell a lot of these overwhelming cents may believe that you are trying to hide something. Next, make sure you take care of clutter. All those little nicknacks and all those pictures may seem important to you, but they are meaningless to others and prevent them from really seeing the home. You need to make sure your property looks as big as it possibly can do, which means you need to get rid of items as much as possible from your walls, shelves, floor and so on. There is one notable exception, and that is the mirror. If you hang a mirror, it will make the room look larger. To complicate matters, do make sure that you have at least one thing hanging on your walls so that your home doesn’t look hollow. It is about using your common sense and trying how certain things look and feel.
Last but not least, do a bit of research before you decide on a particular price. You must understand what the asking price actually is: the maximum you will ever get for your property. What you should aim for is to get a sale price that is as close to the asking price as possible. Setting an asking price that is too high will push buyers away. If it is too low, you will make people very suspicious, making them believe there is something wrong with the property. Then, there is the fact that you will never be able to sell your home for more than the asking price, meaning that you hurt your own pocket by setting the price too low.