As your listing licensee, it is not my job to make your listing be all things to all people — but you do want it to appeal to enough buyers that you get one great offer (and multiple offers never hurt anybody, either). That said, you don’t want your listing to be the property that nearly every buyer and broker sees, rolls their eyes at, and utters the same few, predictable, deal-killing criticisms.
Fortunately, what is predictable is avoidable. Unfortunately, many of the things that make a listing susceptible to being buyer rejected, are issues on the seller’s side of the property preparation responsibilities. Let’s explore the most common things buyers complain about when they view a home.