Winter is typically seen as a slower season for home buying because of the colder weather, which means you'll have to work a little harder to get your house off the market.

To attract prospective buyers during the colder months, take care of your home's curb appeal. Although your lawn is covered in snow, you still have outdoor maintenance duties.

If snow and ice have accumulated, shovel and salt your driveway and walkways. This keeps guests from slipping and thinking the property is poorly maintained.

Also, keep in mind your listing agent may bring prospective buyers to your home with short notice. This means you need to tackle the snow soon in case of a surprise visit.

Stay tuned for more winter home selling tips!