You might have hired the best stagger to get your home look marketable but there are small details that the buyers especially experience buyer would carefully examine your home before they will submit an offer. In this market absolutely all details matter to shin the product (home) and attract large pool of buyers.

So here are the few I have observed over the years:

1. Spider web: Not just in the main areas of the home but they are common in bathrooms and garage. Get them clean out and leave the ceiling looking sharp!!!

2. Dusty vents: You don’t have to hire professional to combat this one…just unscrew the grid and wash it!

3. Dust off the Ceiling fans: If you have never climbed a ladder & cleaned your fan I can image how dirty or sloppy you can be about keep other details about the home. Grab a duster & clean out the light & the fan blades.

4. Burn out lights bulbs: Ever visited a model home with light bulb burned out than why you should? Shine your bathrooms & all the living space with clean light fixtures & working bulbs.

5. Weather strips on the exterior doors: Door may close but does they day light come through the door? Simple solution can help you safe money on your utility bills also. An experience buyer will notice that right away.

6. Dirty windows from outside: Let the natural light shining it through clear and clean windows. I have used Windex exterior window cleaner and works great!

7. Green mold on the sliding: Get the home power washed if you have dirty molding sliding.

8. Organize your pantry & cabinets: Buyers especially buyers who are looking for space they want that nice pantry and tons of cabinet space. If your cabinets & pantry are over flowing just image what thought will run into their mind??? Clean and donate the food & dishes you haven’t used.

9. Nail Pops & Settlement cracks: They are common as the home goes through the weather, but first time home buyer may assume this house is falling apart. Simple fix can go a long ways.

10. Trash Cans: Hide or clean up after your trash can not just in the kitchen but in the baths and other rooms you have. Lot of products I have seen during my home showing which grosses me out and just image buyers imaginations going wide.