Buying a house isn’t what it used to be—and in many ways, that’s a good thing (see: The Big Short). But if you’re thinking of listing your home to take advantage of today’s red-hot market, there are a few critical things you should do to snag the best first impression. After all, by some accounts, you have seven seconds to set the vibe that convinces someone that they could see themselves living in your space. That’s why we turned to Sabine H. Schoenberg, realtor and founder of home advice streaming service Smart. Healthy. Green. Living, to uncover what catches buyers’ eyes during home tours—for good and bad reasons. Here’s what you should triple-check before listing your pad.