1. Get a storage unit. To declutter your house, you might end up storing in closets all the stuff you didn’t need. Don’t. A potential buyer will look at closets too. Get a storage unit instead.2. Hire a good photographer. This will help you stage photos and highlight all the strengths of your beloved house. Houses with six good photos are twice as likely to be viewed by buyers.3. Find me! Finding the right real estate agent will make all the difference in selling your house to the right people. Make sure they have what you need by researching them on social media and also go through local listings. 4. Make small upgrades. This is not the time to be extravagant and splurge on that kitchen remodel. A new sink, kitchen cabinets, appliances, light fixtures and shower curtains can brighten the house up without breaking your wallet. 5. Brighten up the place and no personalized items. The interior should be inviting and warm for buyers to make that connection with your house. Invest in some ambient lights to make sure the house is well lit! 6. Curb appeal. Tidy up by trimming and shaping hedges, cleaning the yard, refreshing mulch and edging the lawn. All the small things matter, even something as simple as shining your door handles. 7. Sell at the right time. Your real estate agent who understands the ins-and-outs of the local real estate market can guide you.