As we approach the Fall and several holidays will be celebrated in the next few months, you might be tempted to decorate your Omaha home for the festivities. Just remember that while a few tasteful decorations make your home seem warm and inviting, too many will distract interested buyers from your home’s best features. If you have had photos taken for marketing purposes during the summer months, be sure to retake them as the leaves start to turn and fall. But before you do, take a look around your home. If it is looking tired, a fresh coat of paint in a rich, warm color may add just the touch it needs to sell. The days are growing shorter so always be sure to turn on all lights and lamps as well as open all the blinds when you know you have a showing. As the air turns cooler, if you have a fireplace, you may want to turn it on for showings to take the chill out of the air. A few well placed throws also help to create a warm, cozy atmosphere enticing buyers to take their time and look around. And, remember to try to appeal to more senses than just the sight by simmering some apple cider with cinnamon sticks on the stove when buyers are present. The buyers notice your exterior first, so be sure to keep on top of leaves and grass clippings to make sure your first impression is a lasting impression. Three things sell a property; location, condition and price. These tips will help present your home in its best condition. If you still aren’t getting any activity or offers, you may need to consider a price adjustment.