A home's location and its overall condition will have a big impact on whether or not you're able to quickly and easily sell it, and for the price you expect. However, there are many other details that will affect a home's potential sale, and the number of possible buyers it even attracts in the first place. Note a few of those details here so that you, as the seller, can ensure you're doing everything possible to get your home sold quickly and for top dollar.
Mind the lawn
When you're selling house, you may be very concerned about the condition and appearance of the house itself, but then forget about the appearance of the rest of the property! Remember that your lawn, fence, landscaping, and other such features can enhance or detract from the home itself. An unkempt lawn and landscaping or a fence that is in obvious need of repairs may make a potential buyer think that you've been just as negligent about the house itself. Check the exterior of your home carefully and make repairs and upgrades as needed so that your property is attractive outside as well as inside.
Make it spacious
A spacious home may be more likely to sell than one that is cramped and crowded, so consider getting a storage unit if needed, and clear out many of your possessions. Be sure there is room in the closets to actually move clothes around and to see shelving units so that the space look roomy and as large as possible. Remove sporting goods and other items from the garage so that this area also looks less cramped. You may even want to store away a few pieces of furniture so that your living room and other rooms look larger and less crowded overall.
Tone it down
You may like bold colours and patterns when it comes to paint on the walls, curtains, furniture and the like, but these can easily overwhelm potential buyers, and they may then have a hard time imagining their own favourite colour choices in the home. A neutral colour on the walls and for slipcovers you put over furniture pieces can be much more attractive for potential buyers. While neutral and bland colours may not be to your liking, remember that you're looking to attract buyers so that you can move out of the space, not create a space that you enjoy! Toning down the home's overall look can then attract more potential buyers and get the home sold quickly.