Selling your home may seem daunting and you may not know where to even begin. However, you do not have to go at it alone. Rely on your Echo professionals to help you along the way and address all of your questions, comments, concerns and emotion outbursts ;)
It may sound 'self-serving' given that you are on real estate agents' webpage, but it really is not meant to be. Your real estate agent is your quarterback and used as the primary point of contact for all of the spokes in the home buying wheel. Your Echo real estate agent will communicate with the Seller's Agent and be YOUR advocate.
A staging company is more of a preference and based on the the question, "have you moved yet?" If you have not moved from your home, then your personal belongings already make up the decor of your home. However, if the home is vacant you may consider staging it to help move the property faster.
If you are a crafty person, enjoy fixing things around your home, etc...then you may not need someone to make small repairs to your home. The inspection performed on your home will have some items on the report that you may be asked to address. So be prepared to either 1 - Address them yourself or 2 - Ask the buyer to address.
If you are a 'do it yourselfer,' then you may not need a mover. However, many sellers will hire a moving company to facilitate the move out of their home and into the next residence. Of course, this is a personal preference but professional moving companies can save you time and actually insure your belongings instead of relying on your tie-strapping skills.
"Is this a typo?" No...no it is not. Get yourself a good coffee shop and barista because you will be visiting frequently (ideally). The reason being is that while your property is being shown, you will be asked to not be there. You being away gives the potential buyer and seller time to walk the property and feel comfortable sharing information among themselves.
Depending on your preferences, location and condition of your property, you may need an electrician, plumber, roofer lawn care team, pool company, etc. The members of the miscellaneous team mostly revolve around what the inspection report and buyer call for.