I have a listing that is very colorful. At our initial listing appointment, they asked if they should repaint the house more neutral, and I told them that I felt it looked great, and that buyers could see past the colors if they didn't like it. I said that because the walls weren't pink or purple or blue or lime green or anything not considered a "today" color.
The entry and combo formals are a mustard yellow, very common. The Family room is a moco shade of brown, again, very common. The Kitchen is a slate grey tone, and it all looked really nice. Our comments throughout the listing were about 60/40 on the paint. If they like the floorplan, paint shouldn't deter a buyer from spending $50 on a few gallons and buying some brushes. Each time we received feedback that the buyer didn't like the paint, my sellers asked, again, if they should paint. My response was always, what about all those buyers who have loved the paint and made nice comments... you can't please all the buyers all the time.
At the end of the day, the buyer on the house is color blind!! He loves the "Green" entry and formals! He even asked if he could buy the furniture since he assumes it matches. Too funny! I almost gave into my sellers' continuous questions about the paint, and I just saved them much needed money, time, and energy to not repaint.