A home should smell good. That means no noticeable odor — no pet scent, no stale cooking smells and no cigarette smoke. The smell of baking bread or air freshener is also a no-no. Just going through with Lysol before a showing won’t help. You must get rid of scent problems at the source: scrub the house, have the air vents cleaned, replace old, smelly carpeting and smoke outside.
Selling a home in today’s market requires an experienced agent who understands the market, the neighborhood, your home, and can market appropriately. With the Gibbons Team you get 2 agents committed to getting you the most for your home, with the best terms, in the shortest amount of time possible.