Neila Deen Houzz contributor and Interior Designer shares her ideas to create scents in your home that will help make appealing to buyers. She also recommends scents to get rid of like animal and food odors. As always she recommends starting with a deep clean. Although you cannot predict what every buyers favorite scent is, everyone like the smell of clean. Houses that sparkle and shine will always sell faster. Less is more, you do not want the potential buyer to remember the house because of its overwhelming scent. The scent should gently add to the sensory experience of touring a home. Another recommendation is to match the scent with its surroundings.
"5. Let the scent reflect the space. Finally, select a scent that is appropriate for the general environment and aesthetic of the home. For example, if you have a lot of wooden beams and walls, cedar might enhance the ambience. Likewise, if you’re near the beach, go for something fresh."