After living in your home for a few years, you’re used to its quirks. The squeaking floorboard by the stairs probably doesn’t bother you anymore, the rear left burner on your stove no longer lights and you have to allow twenty minutes for your bath water to heat up after your spouse showers.
Despite how endearing you find those things that give your home character, not everyone will appreciate them. Before you put your home on the market, consider what will be important to someone else when they think about buying your house. And how will you command the best possible sale price, yet make potential buyers aware of the unseen problems with your property?