Thinking About Listing Your Home?

Are you ready to downsize or upsize to a new home. Or maybe you finally want to address some of those home projects you’ve been putting off. After this is not just any home, it is your home.

If you want to make a move now is the perfect time to get your home ready to put on the market. With the help of a Gary Greene agent to make sure that your current home or a brand new home is exactly the way you want it. Below are some easy no nonsense ways to stay ahead of the game so your house is ready when you want to make a move.


De-cluttering is one of the most cost-effective ways to create more space in your home. And a clutter free home shows very nicely to potential buyers. Also consider setting up regular cleaning to keep your home in “show shape”.


Home maintenance may not seem as exciting as decorating but it is critical in protecting the investment you have made in your home. Create a checklist and every month check things out to avoid unexpected emergencies and cost.


An inexpensive and easy way to spruce up a room or the entire house is to repaint. If you are unsure about colors, pick out a few cans of sample paint and paint the wall and see which color you like best. You can also paint a room yourself or hire someone to do it for you. There are lots of self-help resources online for those looking to DIY.

If you need any advice you can always count on a Gary Greene agent to help you! Give us a call. We are here for you.

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Toni Nelson is the Director of Strategic Initiatives for Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene, Houston's largest and most productive real estate sales force in Houston, Tx. Toni began her real estate career in 1983, has served on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and the Houston Association of Realtors. She specializes in marketing, trains agents, writes blogs and stays involved in the ongoing evolution of the real estate industry.