To sell your home as a pet-owner is not difficult if you eliminate evidence of the pets in the home.
A thorough cleaning job is a good start.
Some people don’t like living in the homes of pet-owners because of the stereotype that pet-owners keep messy homes.
However, with thorough cleaning and some careful planning, you can make it seem as though your pets never lived there and avoid losing this segment of potential buyers.
If you want potential buyers to get excited about living in your home, make sure that you remove all evidence of a pet as you prepare to sell your home.
By doing so, you can also avoid having to answer questions about whether there are any pets in the home.
Selling your home can be a stressful time for both you and your pets.