Small improvements can provide a big payoff when selling your home.
<blockquote class=”embedly-card” data-card-key=”c9d81a895f564a1fb52c3fea68f0bbc8″ data-card-type=”article-full”><h4><a href=”http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/18/realestate/preparing-your-home-for-sale.html?_r=0″>Preparing Your Home for Sale</a></h4><p>2. SHINE THE FLOORS “Unless your floors are severely damaged, it doesn’t make sense to have them refinished,” said Pat Christodoulou, who stages homes for sale in Connecticut and New York. Instead, she hires a handyman with a floor buffer, paying anywhere from $300 to wax and polish the floor of a small living room to $1,500 for a Classic Six.</p></blockquote>
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