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