Are there any homes in your neighborhood for sale? What are they selling for? How long have they been on the market? Relevant information on similar homes for sale can give you a grasp of what to expect when putting your own home on the market.
REPAIR & UPGRADE:
Does anything need to be fixed in your home? Is anything out of date? Repairs and improvements should be considered before putting your home for sale.
Clearing any built-up clutter and doing any necessary cleaning is essential before putting your house on the market.
TRY TO BE REALISTIC:
Try and be realistic with the sale of your home. Unrealistic expectations can lead to unwarranted stress in the selling process.
Pack up and organize any items you might keep but not use for a while.