A clean, clutter-free home obviously shows better than a home that's messy and not appropriately decorated or furnished. But does that necessarily mean that a home is better off being completely vacant when it's on the market?
It's never easy to lose a parent, but having to deal with the sale of their family home and the contents within it can make things even harder.
Buying a home - especially for the first time - can be an overwhelming experience. It's not surprising that buyers tend to have a plethora of questions to ask their agents before they take the plunge.
Not every homeowner is blessed with oodles of outdoor space outside their home, but even the smallest yards can be just enough to enjoy what Mother Nature has to offer.
As a seller, you've got a lot of things to consider in order to ensure a successful transaction, and one of them is prepping your home for prospective buyers.