If you're in the market for your next home you might also be in the process of selling your current property. To get the best price possible for your property many real estate agents will advise you to tidy things up around the property in the months leading up to your sale. This can include fixing fences, touching up paint and improving lawns. However, once the big jobs are done you're going to need to do the final touches to your home before it's open for inspection.
The last 10 minutes before your home is open can be the most frantic. We've put together five of the most important things you need to do before heading out the door. You may like to use a checklist to help you remember.
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