6. Cluttered Closets
People care about closets, as they want places to put their stuff. If you’re selling your home and your closets are full up, it’s going to be hard for buyers to imagine how they’re going to use those closets for themselves.
7. Front Lawn Woes
Your house could be beautiful on the inside, with modern appliances and updated features, but if it looks like a back-woods shack from the outside… Well, you get the picture.
8. Hovering Sellers
When you’re buying someone expensive, do you want the salesperson breathing down your neck? This one’s obvious, but so many people forget it.
9. Too Much of Your Stuff
When looking at homes, buyers want to imagine themselves within the homes they see. This is hard to do if there are lots of personal items and pictures of you and your family lying around.
10. Lack of Cleanliness
Sure, it’s about seeing through what the home looks like now to what it might become, but if things look cluttered, dirty and messy, then seeing things as they might be is very difficult for your potential buyer.