Source: Realtor —
When touring a home for sale, first impressions are everything—and we’re not just talking about curb appeal. It’s common for sellers to spruce up their house before putting it on the market, and some of these home improvements can include DIY maintenance projects like painting the cabinets or switching out the hardware.
But if the job is not done right, the shoddy craftsmanship will become blatantly obvious to buyers. And if the renovations are really bad, some buyers might lose interest in the home altogether.
Read on for a look at the most common DIY projects that home sellers take on—and can royally screw up.