Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

T TAKES just eight sec­onds to de­cide whether or not you will buy a house, ac­cord­ing to the latest re­search. So get­ting your house pre­pared for those all-im­por­tant first im­pres­sions is a vi­tal step in achiev­ing a sale. With the au­tumn sea­son ap­proach­ing, now is the per­fect time to get to work. they walk to the door.

En­sure the door­bell works and lay down a welcome mat to put view­ers on the right foot­ing. A clean and pre­sentable house is a must. Sparkling kitchens and bath­rooms and a fresh lick of paint can cre­ate a whole new feel. Pro­fes­sional clean­ers in prepa­ra­tion for an open house day can be well worth the in­vest­ment. glows that can un­der­sell a room. In each area of your home, look for awk­ward corners to see if an ex­tra lamp is needed to en­sure ev­ery space is well lit. Dur­ing the day keep the cur­tains and blinds open. It is use­ful to be able to move freely into a room with­out dodg­ing a piece of fur­ni­ture and to be able to walk up to the win­dow with­out ob­struc­tion. Rein in any niche styles and where pos­si­ble opt for light, bright shades to keep each room feel­ing open and spa­cious.White linen and tow­els are es­sen­tial. If you’re think­ing of adding a splash of paint, stick to nat­u­ral hues.

Sellers should seize the feel­ing of op­ti­mism in the air and present their home at its best.

Whether you’re a buy­ing or selling, for more in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Roberts Newby 01753 891188 or vis­itwww.robert­snewby.com

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