Maximising the value of your home
Improve your home's kerb appeal as the first look will impress. Keep the front door of your property clean and in good condition, polish up the brass (if you have any) and make sure door bells work. Sweep away any leaves from the front of the house and remove any litter outside the property you are selling and clear the path to your door. Mow the lawn and make sure your garden looks neat and tidy. Trim hedges, repair fences and remove any dead pot plants.
Let there be light - it’s one of the main assets when selling any property.
1. Emphasise natural light where possible by:
2. Create an inviting look by:
Try and keep rooms throughout the property well-ventilated while avoiding air-fresheners. It’s particularly important in bathrooms, basement flats and vacant properties.
• Keep it Clean
• Keep it Tidy
• Keep it Furnished
• Keep the Temperature Right
These areas can be troublesome, so make sure you keep them tidy when trying to sell the property. Clear away junk mail and store letters or magazines neatly. Keep communal areas clean as they are the first and last areas any buyer sees.
The appearance of the garden or outside space can be just as important as the inside of your property. It is essential that the garden or balcony is not a mess. Ensure to keep hedges trimmed and lawns mown. A well-stocked garden has more appeal than one with straggly, dying bushes.