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Great Tips for Home Showing To make it easier for you, your realtor handed you a home showing to-do list, but you can hardly believe your eyes at how long the list is. If it doesn't look like you can get everything on the list done, just pick a few of the more important ones and do those. In real estate, there's what you call the "curb appeal" concept and you may have heard of this before. If your home exterior has curb appeal, you increase your chances of selling your home. For your home interior, you can concentrate on getting your kitchen and living area all nice and clean. Of course, everything inside and outside your house is important, but there are some parts of the house that are more important than the others when it comes to home showing. Probably most of us have seen homes where the walls had all the vestiges of past pictures, mirrors or whatever hanging on them. Little holes were left in the walls, and they look horrible to a new buyer. The holes are tiny imperfections that some buyers might take issue with and some buyers might simply chalk up to the normal use of the house. Visible cracks and holes are common problems in drywall so make sure to check your walls before you open your home to buyers. Obviously, you should have any damage repaired and it will not cost much. If there are nail holes in your walls, you can fill them with spackle and apply paint over the wall. Spruce up the shrubs around your property if you have any. You don't have to go all out with this, but just be sure they are not looking unkempt and unsightly. It shouldn't be too difficult to prune down shrubs or bushes that are right up against the house. They shouldn't be interfering with the light that comes through your windows. Light has a good effect on people so you'll want natural light to be streaming unrestricted through the windows. Check your stove ventilation fans to make sure they don't have any of the unsightly grease and dirt. Clean the fans with a degreaser cleaner. The kitchen is one of the more important rooms. If you have a family looking at your home, you need to make sure your kitchen creates a good impression on them. Be aware that most buyers look at the kitchen before they look at the other rooms in the house. If you have the budget, you can do many things to improve the kitchen. It's most important, however, that it is clean and smelling nice at all times. Your realtor will have plenty of tips and suggestions on home showing so take advantage of this and enlist his or her help. The professional and caring realtors will have their clients' best interest in mind and so will not withhold any information that could help homeowners sell their home quickly. h2o residences location

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