From the point of view of the home inspector, there is always a very different approach to the meaning of this title phrase than the seller's position. If you want to sell your home online then you can look for miles real estate
And for very simple reasons – "Our" (our property owner) tends to forget the area in our house which is not (at least not immediate) impact on our daily routine.
As long as we don't feel dramatic changes in our environment, everything is assumed to be fine. We adjust and fail to pay attention to small, gradual, and because, for years staying at home, decorated (in and out) to please our personal senses, we think everything is in good condition, and our property will sell quickly, only Because "we" like it very much.
And this approach, or more precisely this natural human behavior, works perfectly over the past few years. Unfortunately for the seller, with the real estate market which is currently unstable, preparing your home for sale may require extra material to help resolve all transactions.
Over the past few months, I have several clients using my inspection services 2 or 3 times (it never happened for 10 years in this business).
I am not sure whether the seller of all properties searches on the internet for home sales tips, or preparing their homes for sales guides, but if you only see the appeal of the houses, most of them are quite ready to move in: Clean, de-hangers, De-Personal (so the buyer can make it easier for the image as the owner), rearranged, with the attraction of the perfect sidewalk … but it doesn't sell. Why?
Because of the current market buyer approach (at least my clients) change dramatically, they seem to be more interested in what they cannot see (behind the wall and under the floor) than how neat your home has been set or how clean this is.