Let’s go on a listing presentation and pretend we are going to sell this home.
Thank you for inviting me over. Show me your home. Let’s start in the kitchen. Would I like some leftover spaghetti? No thank you.
No, really, you don’t have to heat it up for me.
Nice to meet you, sir. I see you like baseball caps. There are two on display on the cabinets. Will those be staying there while the house is up for sale?
Oh, you have a son. Maybe he can help you clear off the refrigerator.
Let’s go over the paperwork to list your home for sale. Then we’ll look at the rest of the house.
This is your master bedroom. I’m not a big fan of clothes and lumpy beds. Can we straighten this up before buyers arrive?
I see you went with a monochromatic color scheme in the living room. Did you sponge paint the room and ceiling yourself? I can tell.
Maybe we can remove the dead animals. This is the living room, after all, not the dead room. Why is that painting hung so high?
That sure is a bright sweater.
Your patio is, uh, big. Will you be finishing all those projects before buyers arrive?