When you first notice a flaw in your house, maybe a scuffed baseboard or peeling paint, you vow to fix it. For any number of reasons you just don’t get around to it but, interestingly, after a while, it becomes invisible. You just stop noticing that stuff.
That’s fine if you aren’t planning on selling the home. If you are thinking of selling your St. Paul home, however, you’ll need to get out the paint brushes and tarps and get to work.
Let’s take a look at three easy and cheap fix-up jobs that will help you get the most money you can from the sale of your home.
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