The end of a project can be the most exciting as well as the most nerve wracking. It seems there are a thousand little details to contend with. The way that you get a handle on all of those details is by creating a punch-list of things that need to be done. The list needs to be sorted by priority and arranged by job type. Items should be grouped so that things are done in an orderly and timely manner. For example, you'll want to complete all kitchen tasks at the same time, then move on to another room, and out to the yard until the list is completed. When you are done, you have finished the project and are ready to move on to the next step in the process-the sale.