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'Clean, neat and tidy' wins out for home sellers

Experts recommend sprucing up before going to market

11:09 PM, Jun. 21, 2013
Pam Smits, owner of Staging Fox Valley in Oshkosh, adjusts the bathroom decorations at a home for sale that she has decorated.
Pam Smits, owner of Staging Fox Valley in Oshkosh, adjusts the bathroom decorations at a home for sale that she has decorated.
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Chipping exterior paint, untidy landscaping, cluttered storage space or a broken cabinet hinge.

These may not sound like much, but for someone trying to sell a house, they could be the difference between a happy ending and going back to the drawing board.

That's why real estate professionals often recommend to sellers to take care of the basics, from repainting rooms to trimming overgrown bushes, before deciding to put a house on the market. ...

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