Sharing three projects you shouldn’t take on when preparing to sell.


When you’re getting ready to sell, you need to make sure your home is appealing to potential buyers. However, many homeowners rush to fix every little flaw thinking it will boost their property’s value, when not every improvement will yield a significant return on investment. Today I’ll share the top three things you shouldn’t bother fixing when getting your house ready to sell, and also announce the details about our client appreciation event.

Feel free to watch the full video or use these timestamps to browse specific topics at your leisure:

0:00 — Introduction

0:33 — Our client appreciation event

1:40 — What not to fix in your for-sale home

1:54 — Minor HVAC, electrical, and plumbing issues

2:47 — Windows and old appliances

4:23 — Partial updates

5:19 — Wrapping up

When selling a house, it’s crucial to prioritize your efforts and investments wisely. While preparing a home for sale is essential, fixing certain issues might not offer a significant return on investment or could be better handled by the buyer. If in doubt, feel free to reach out to us by phone call or email. We can offer valuable insights and would be honored to help you!