The condition of your home's exterior is most important when it comes to buyer appeal.House number should be easy to read.
Warm and welcoming!
Lights should be on and drapes should be left open during daylight.
Heat set at a comfortable temperature.
Fresh nice flowers/plants in diverse rooms.
Chipped plaster and paint touched up and repaired.
Doors and cupboards properly closed.
Leaky taps and toilets repaired.
Burned out light bulbs replaced.
Squeaky doors oiled.
Mirrors, fixtures, and taps cleaned and polished.
Seals around tubs and basins in good repair.
Floors cleaned, garbage containers emptied.
Inside of closets and cupboards neat and tidy.
Valuable property, out of reach, out of sight, or locked away.
Pets absent, where possible, or contained during showings.
All torn screens should be repaired or replaced.
Avoid repainting the entire house unless current colors are very loud or offbeat.
White or light pastels are the easiest to work with and they make your rooms look larger.
Air conditioner turned on in warm weather.
Countertops neat and polished.