Home Showing Tips

With buyers, first impressions count. A small investment in time and money will give your home an edge over the other listings in your area. To help achieve this, we have developed practical ideas to prepare your home and help you get top dollar!

General Maintenance

  • oil squeaky doors
  • tighten door knob
  • replace burned out light bulbs
  • clean and repair windows
  • touch up chipped paint
  • repair cracked plaster
  • clean furniture
  • repair leaking taps and toilets
  • repair seals on tubs and basins

Spic and Span

  • shampoo carpets
  • clean washer, dryer & stationary tubs
  • clean fridge and stove
  • clean and freshen bathrooms

The Spacious Look

  • clean clutter from stairs and halls
  • store excess furniture
  • clear counters and stove
  • closets should be neat and tidy

Curb Appeal

  •  cut lawns
  • trim shrubs and lawns
  • weed and edge gardens
  • pick up any litter
  • clean walks and driveway of leaves or snow
  • repair gutters and eaves
  • clean out garage
  • touch up exterior paint

The Buying Atmosphere

  • arrange to be absent from your home during showings
  • turn on all lights
  • light fireplace
  • open drapes in the daytime
  • have quiet background music playing
  • keep pets outdoors (if possible)

The First Impression

  •  clean and tidy entrance
  • functional doorbell
  • polish any door hardware




Ray and I don't know where to begin to thank you for all your hard work and dedication in listing and selling our house (in 3 days). We have recommended you to friends and will do so for years to come.
~ Ray & Doreen

What's my home worth?

Wondering what your home is worth in today's market? Pricing your home to sell quickly and for the most amount of money are the key ingredients for a successful and stress-free selling experience.