Here’s another issue; if the prospects are interested, they will offer less because they figure that they have a lot of work to do. The nicer the house, the more money they’re willing to pay and vice-versa. You also need to understand that just because you, your family and friends are used to the way you keep your house doesn’t mean a ready, willing and able buyer will be okay with it. Remember first impressions have an impact on you, your prospective buyer and your wallet.
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