Is it necessary for me to fix my home up before selling, or should I sell as is? 

According to an article, published by Elizabeth Weintraub, "Should I Fix Up My Home or Try to Sell As Is?", on The Balance website there are different variable such as; conditions of competing inventory and return on investment that can help a seller make their decision. 

Below are the 10 minimum recommendations included in the article for improvements to make before selling your home.

  • Repaint dark or marred walls with neutral paint (not white). 
  • Repair leaky faucets. 
  • Fix code violations. 
  • Fix all broken appliances and HVAC systems.
  • Patch holes and cracks in walls and ceilings. 
  • Replace broken window glass. 
  • Repair the roof. 
  • Change out any dated light fixtures/ceiling fans. 
  • Replace worn or stained carpeting. 
  • Replace/remove old drapes and window coverings. 

To read the complete article please visit: 

http://www.thebalance.com/should-i-fix-up-my-home-or-try-to-sell-as-is-1798973

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