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Blue-Ribbon Condition
A home that is in blue-ribbon condition has been maintained immaculately and appears to be in its original condition. These homes are also referred to as being in mint-condition. Homes in blue-ribbon condition are attractive to buyers because they realize that very few fixes are necessary. Buyers will be able to simply bring their belongings into the new home and make it their own. Sellers can get their home in blue-ribbon condition by doing a few simple tasks. First, sellers should reduce clutter in a home by removing excess belongings. Ideally, buyers should have ample room to walk throughout the home while viewing it. Additionally, sellers can perform a meticulous home cleaning, which should include dusting baseboards, ceiling fans as well as touching up the paint in high traffic areas.