Many homeowners have been sitting on the sidelines, stuck in their homes and unable to sell because of low home prices or negative equity. But as the market bounces back in many parts of the country, some sellers are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel.If a home sale is in your near future, it's time to start thinking of your home as a product to be sold on the market. Once for sale, your home becomes less about where you live, where you've made memories or have lots of life experiences. And to achieve top dollar, you have to look at your property through the eyes of prospective buyers who will be touring your home. You have to focus on what buyers are looking for.How is my home a product?Once you are on the market, your home is the equivalent of a product on the shelf at your home goods or design store. Buyers walking up and down those aisles looking at their options aren't any different from buyers walking through open houses. Like any product for sale, you want your h...
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