DON’T DO THESE 6 THINGS IF YOU WANT TO GET THE MOST MONEY FOR YOUR HOME!
 Don’t Neglect Important Repairs
Don’t wait for the home inspector to tell you what to fix. If your home has noticeable flaws, go ahead and ask your agent whether you should address them before putting your house on the market.
 Don’t Ignore your Agent's Advice
A good listing agent can assist you with pricing your home, marketing it, negotiating with buyers, and guiding you through the closing process.
 Don’t Be Restrictive With Showings
You want the greatest number of potential buyers to see your home. If you decline a showing, the buyer might not come back—and you could potentially lose out on a great offer.
 Not Keeping The House Tidy
Don’t go overboard on major remodels. Chances are, you won’t get your money back. Instead, focus on small upgrades, particularly in the kitchen and bathroom. A new sink and cabinet hardware in the kitchen, or light fixtures, shower curtains, and hand towels in the bathroom, are inexpensive but can instantly transform your space.
 Don’t Let a Pet Spoil Your Sale
Even though you love your pet, a home buyer might not feel the same way. Also, dogs, cats, and other animals often leave behind a bad odor, which can be an immediate turnoff.
 Don’t Review Offers With a Closed Mind
Many people form an emotional attachment to their home. But don't let those feelings cloud your vision, especially when you receive offers. In an ideal world, you’ll nab a full-price (or higher) offer for your home, but be willing to negotiate if you receive an offer that’s below list price.
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