In order to make a wise purchase decision, potential buyers will need some basic information about your home. To assist them, gather the following information before you put your house on the market.
A copy of the warranty deed and title insurance papers.
A list of appliances and fixtures to be sold with the house.
A list of annual property taxes and other assessments.
A list of home improvements (with the receipts, if possible) which have added value to your home.
A list of local schools, churches and recreational facilities.
A package containing manufacturers' instructions and service information on appliances and home systems.
An information sheet giving room sizes and other pertinent details about the house.