Are you thinking of selling your home? Before June Conway begins showing your home, you will want to make sure it's in tip-top condition. An attractive, well-kept home generally has a better chance of selling a little faster.

Minor exterior and interior improvements can add value to your home and need not require a large renovation bill. Think back to what first attracted you to your home; now determine how best to highlight and improve your home's best features.

Here are a few ideas to help you perk-up your home's appearance. Consult with your June to see what types of improvements make the most sense.

Start with the outside: The outside of your home is the first thing Buyers see. Make a good impression. Step back and take an objective look at the exterior of your home. How can you make the exterior more inviting to ensure that potential buyers will inspect the interior. Review the following suggestions:

The inside story: you can do a lot to improve the inside of your home without spending a great deal of money. Two primary areas to keep in mind are the kitchen and bathroom

Remember, the more effort put into the initial clean up, the easier it will be to keep your home looking its best for visits from June with prospective buyers. As well, keep in mind that rooms that are too cluttered will give the impression that they're much smaller than their true size. Try to create a feeling of spaciousness when conducting your spruce-up.

Pre-showing checklist

By following these relatively simple tips, you'll feel proud of your home and potential purchasers are sure to appreciate its beauty.