With home prices appreciating at a brisk pace, sellers now have the advantage over buyers in many U.S. markets. Still, they should not be complacent and expect buyers to make offers for homes that have not been well-maintained. Fox Business assembled a nationwide team of experts, who detailed 10 property conditions that could cause prospects to shun a home. They include dirty interiors; foul odors from pets, food, and smoke; clutter; outdated appliances; old wallpaper and popcorn acoustic ceilings; and poor curb appeal. House-hunters also are turned off by sellers who remain present during home showings, as well as by homes that are misrepresented through words and photographs that do not accurately portray the property. | Read More