When you put up your home for sale, keep in mind that last-minute notices to show it to prospective buyers are always a possibility. But we trust that you've done all the huge and critical tasks even before listing, including deep cleaning, depersonalizing, and making little but necessary repairs.
Now, all you need is a simple checklist just in case you get a call from your agent that a buyer wants to see your house in an hour or less. Here are a couple of tasks you can do to further make a good impression and lessen the stress of every single home showing.
Remember that any home showing has the potential to lead to a sale. And while it's better for buyers to see a messy home than no home at all, that extra charm of keeping it clean and tidy might just seal the deal. The key is to maintain a good cleaning and organizing habit so every home showing will go a bit smoother even if you are still living in the home.