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Contact a professional home stager for a consultation. A good stager can help you prioritize your repairs and make suggestions that will appeal to the widest pool of buyers and they will have relationships with reliable painters and flooring pros to help get the work done.
I concur withPeggy and Bob. Contact a local REALTOR in your community. If you don't know any local agents, contact the local chapter of the National Association of REALTORS. Search the web using the name of your community as criteria.
It's hard to give you specific advice without seeing the home. Based on your description of your home, it may need all of the above: painting, new carpet, kitchen counters and appliances plus much more found during property / pest inspections.
If you want highest payback, spend your money in the kitchen first.
To get the work done, your local agent should be able to put in contact with reliable contractors to do the work.
I'd have carpet with pet pee be the top priority. Any scent of cat pee needs to be thoroughly removed before putting the house on the market, so it is quite possible the entire carpet area will have to be treated, sealed etc before putting new carpet in.
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