You know what they say about first impressions….and making them count.
As with everything in life, first impressions are very important. So start at the front gate. Mow the lawn and tidy your garden. Clean the front porch and if your front door needs it, give it a fresh coat of paint. Break-out the Brasso! and give the letterbox and doorknob a good polish. And if there are lights in your porch or garden make sure they work. You don’t want to intimidate buyers with a dark and unwelcoming approach.
However small, these things won’t cost an arm and a leg and all help to create a good first impression!