Keys to selling your house
Presentation is the key to maximising your property’s potential. By offering your home for sale looking its absolute best, it gives you the best opportunity to receive the highest sale price and optimum exposure to potential buyers. Jane Sullivan offers some tips. Professional photography gives any picture an edge. Many new mediums are available today in the cyber age to propel your property ahead of the competition. Use them.
Open homes at the optimal time of the day are an advantage.
First impressions and street appeal will be formed the second a buyer sees your home for the first time. Ensure lawns are mowed and gardens tidy, and ensure the front door area is neat and inviting.
Cleanliness and de- cluttering allow potential buyers to imagine where their own furniture and possessions could go. Spaciousness makes a home appear larger.
Arrange furnishings to take advantage of your home’s best features. More bedrooms normally equate to a higher worth so in an office, try to incorporate a single bed.
Potential buyers imagining living in your home. A well-maintained and presented home represents good value for money.
An up-dated home does not have to cost a fortune. Adding a modern floor rug, new sofa cushions or fluffy towels can transform a property. And you get to take these items with you after the sale.
A fresh coat of paint transforms a property.
Lastly, choose the best method, person or organisation to sell your home carefully. Manawatu Standard