Declutter your space
This will go a long way in appealing to potential buyers. Buyers focus more on the home and less on the stuff, if your home is clutter-free. The end goal will require you to move all your possessions anyway, so get started before your home is officially listedBeyond first impressions, we are currently living in a global pandemic, and while restrictions may prevent buyers from entering your home, cleanliness can be seen even digitally. Clean, aerate, and sanitize & disinfect your home between showings to ensure you, your realtor, and the buyers are safe in your home.Also, there is no shame in hiring a professional if this is not your forte. Make sure anything and everything that needs to be fixed (locks, hardware, leaky faucets, running toilets, cracks in the walls, broken appliances, squeaky doors, etc.) has been taken care of before listing a home. You wouldn't want to turn off buyers, who may think your house was not well maintained.Paint over those brightly-coloured walls with neutral colors. Stick to whites, light grays, and beiges, they will make your home appear bigger, brighter, and more welcoming. Maybe all you need to do is fix wall’s imperfections to convey a clean slate to potential buyers.Put away framed family photos, bulletin boards, and personal items (photo albums, magazines, toys, equipment, awards, etc.). Opt for decorating with art pieces to make the home appear inviting and lived in.