Improve your landscaping. Curb appeal is crucial to a good first impression, so make sure you mow the lawn, prune the bushes, weed the garden and plant flowers.
Clean the outside. Be sure to clean the gutters and pressure wash your driveway.
Make repairs. Repair all of the small details you have overlooked in the past. Little things can be a red flag to Buyers.
Make the front door inviting. A fresh coat of paint, especially in a color that contrasts with the home, will make the front door stand out. Replace faded house numbers so buyers can see them from the curb.
Buy a new welcome mat. Let buyers know they're invited into your home.
Remove clutter and depersonalize. Less is more so Buyers have a neutral slate to envision themselves in your home. Clean up by renting a storage unit for extra furniture and other personal items.
Organize closets and drawers. Messy closets give the appearance that your home doesn't have enough storage space.
Make every surface shine. Clean your home until it sparkles.