First impressions count
The majority of buyers form their first impressions of a home within seconds of walking through the door. Take some time tidying up the outside of the house – plant flowers, trim bushes, wild flower, repaint the front door and be sure your door furniture is looking good. If you have a pathway make sure it is swept clean and appears neat.
Cleanliness along with tidiness should never be underestimated so freshen up every room top to bottom. In high impact rooms such as the bathroom and kitchen make certain surfaces are wiped clean and focus on floors, too. A gleaming floor will instantly lift the area. An effective clean will even help your home smell fresh and appealing.
Remedy a repair
Got a dripping tap or a damaged tile? These will give an unsuitable concept to prospective buyers. From removing grubby sealant to replacing damaged carpet, getting all problems fixed before showing your house on the market is an excellent idea.
Do away with clutter
Clutter doesn’t sell homes; it makes them appear smaller and disorganized. Take time to remove as much as possible without leaving the rooms bare.
Make it neutral
Neutral colours won’t put any prospect off. Prospective buyers walking through your residence are going to be able to plant their own seal of approval on the home while avoiding having to remove yours first. If necessary, paint your entire house white – yes, it may take a few weeks, but it will be worth it in the end.