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Originally published Saturday, July 6, 2013 at 8:04 PM

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How to cash in on rising housing market

A seller can take several steps to improve the chances of selling a residential property. Here are a few websites with home-selling advice that are worth a visit.

McClatchy-Tribune News Service

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As the housing market improves, a growing number of homeowners might become sellers. But selling a house does come with a variety of challenges.

A seller can take several steps to improve the chances of selling a residential property. And a number of websites offer advice on this very topic.

Here are a few links worth a visit:

Association for Homeowners Across America: Provides 10 tips for would-be sellers, including choosing a real-estate agent and making home improvements to increase appeal. ahaanow.org/HomebuyerEd/Tips/HomeSellerTips.html

RealEstateABC.com: Features advice on preparing a home for sale, pricing, listing contracts and more. realestateabc.com/homeselling

HGTV’s Frontdoor: Offers images and articles that cover home-selling tips and tactics. frontdoor.com/Sell

Nolo: Discusses a wide range of home-selling topics and legal considerations. nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/selling-house

Realtor.com: Covers seller’s basics and offers a seven-step guide to house-selling success. realtor.com/home-finance/sellers-basics

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