Tips for Selling your House

Here are some great tips for anyone about to sell their house. These tips were collected by the National Association of Realtors from various sources.


Selling your home? Get more money with these easy (and inexpensive!) design tricks, (shine.yahoo.com, 2/4/2010).

How to prepare your house for sale, (homebuying.about.com, 2010).

Clutter-free helps sell homes, (Realty Times, Jan. 9, 2009).

Speed your home sale with these fast fix-ups, (MSN Money, May 4, 2009).


Styled, staged & sold, (www.realtor.org, 2010).

The Staging Pro, (REALTOR® Magazine, 2010).

Home staging strategies to remember!, (Real Estate Home Staging, Jan. 7, 2010).

Innovative home staging is the key to home sales in a down market, (RISMedia, Dec. 21, 2009).

Staging in a virtual reality, (REALTOR® Magazine, Oct. 2009).

Staging a high-end home requires a different kind of makeover, (Miami Herald , July 27, 2009).


Home staging tips: living room staging ideas, (Massachusetts Home Buyer Network, Jan. 8, 2010).

Staging the kitchen, (homebuying.about.com, 2010).

Staging the bedroom no less important than kitchen or bathroom, (American Chronicle, Dec. 23, 2009).

Home Staging Atlanta–Living Room Before and After Pictures, (ActiveRain, Apr. 16, 2009).

Staging to make a dining room look bigger, (House Calls, Mar. 31, 2009).

5 cheapskate tips to staging your spare room, (www.ezinearticles.com, Feb. 4, 2009).


Field Guides & More

These Field Guides and other resources in the NAR Virtual Library may also be of interest:

Field Guide to Feng Shui and Vastu

Field Guide to Green Homes & Green Mortgages

Field Guide to Remodeling

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