When you prepare to sell your home, there are several areas that do not impact a potential buyer’s first impression but also impact the home’s potential for passing a home inspection. The following items should be on your list of things that must be corrected before your home hits the market.
It doesn’t matter if it is exterior or interior paint. Any signs of peeling paint can send the wrong message about potential moisture in the air, the age of the home, and the general maintenance that has been done around the house. Fixing paint also gives you the opportunity to select clean, fresh neutrals to make the home more appealing.
There are several things that could be going wrong on the outside of the home. It could an aged roof with missing tiles or pieces of siding that have cracked or blown off. You should …