Rearrange the rooms in your home to reel in prospective buyers. Make sure each room has a distinct, useful purpose.
Page suggests touring builders' models to see how the rooms are furnished.
"Builders are experts on preparing their product for prospective buyers," she says.
Radice says closets should be "neat and organized."
"The pair of shoes that you haven't worn in 10 years, get rid of," she says.
If your home has been painted recently, consider yourself ahead of the game. If not, take a paintbrush to the rooms that need it most. Sellers who paint the interior of their home will see a large return on the investment, Page says.
"Fresh, neutral paint on the walls, trim and doors is worth its weight in gold -- it makes everything appear clean and new," she says.
The cost: Anywhere from $12 to $50 per gallon for paint, plus another $10 to $50 for other painting supplies (primer, brushes, drop cloths, etc.) You can get back some of that money as a refund on your taxes for any items you donate to charity (such as those extra shoes in the closet).