Home showing is nothing difficult to do effectively to get your home sold, but there's a lot that you can do if you have the time and money for it. Two important factors affect a home's appeal to buyers. The first factor is first impressions and the second factor is human nature. You probably already are aware that first impressions count a lot. As for human nature, you are actually trying to evoke an emotional response in a potential buyer, which in the home selling process translates to the buyer deciding to purchase your home. Work on creating a positive impact on the buyer's emotions and that will help you.
Make sure the walkways in your property are looking good and are not littered with trash. Sweep away any trash and try to do is daily. Even dirt that has accumulated should be swept off and removed. Don't go overboard by having new walkways put in; your walkways may look old, but you can make them look presentable. A quick spray with your garden hose will do the trick, and if needed, you can give them a light scrubbing. You can create a positive effect on buyers by adding potted flowers or some decorative element on your walkways. Spruce up the shrubs around your property if you have any. Buyers shouldn't get the impression that you hardly take care of your front lawn. If they need to be trimmed, then that is not so hard to take care of but make very sure you trim down any bushes or shrubs right next to your home. It's important that they don't keep sunlight from getting into your house through the windows. It's important to have unrestricted natural light in your home because the effect is positive on your visitors.
You'll want to keep all the lights in your home switched on for home showing at night. This includes all the lights outside your house. Light affects people in a positive way so when you're showing your house to a prospective buyer, having the lights turned on will create a positive feeling in them. If you have sliding doors or entrance ways, make sure they're open. There shouldn't be any debris in the tracks. You want to open all the doors because it helps to make rooms look larger, as the light will also illuminate more space which is a desirable effect.
Don't feel let down if it's been a while since you've put your house on the market and several buyers have seen it but haven't made bids on it. You'll have other buyers coming to look. While you're waiting, you can do a few more things to make your home even more attractive to prospective buyers. Selling your home is like being at bat in baseball in that you have to wait for your pitch before deciding to swing. You just have to wait for the right buyer to come along.