House doctor could be the best medicine
LIVING Quarter in Monton is making new breakthroughs in property sales thanks to its new home staging service.
It’s all about giving sellers a competitive advantage, so they can sell their home more quickly, and maximise their return, through promoting their property as a ‘lifestyle.’
Director Natalie Martin said: “Presentation has never been so important, so using a home staging service gives owners a competitive advantage.
“More recently, people are recognising the value and significant return on their investments.
“If you’re looking to sell your home, it’s actually more cost effective to invest in giving it a facelift and ‘sell’ a lifestyle to the buyer, rather than having to drop your asking price.
“Here at Living Quarter we work hard to be one step ahead of our competition. We focus on our sellers and ensure we offer the best service we can.
“Our new home staging service came about as a way of enabling us to pass on all our expertise and experience in selling properties, so each and every one of our clients would be sure of the best possible return on their investment.
“Our house doctor service is free: this includes assessing the property, looking at it through the eyes of a buyer, as well as researching the local area and housing market.
“By doing this we can help you enhance your home, and sell what your property is physically offering, whether you are putting your house on the market for the first time, or you are currently struggling to sell.”
Natalie added: “We have great results which speak for themselves. So far in 2015, properties listed with Living Quarter have on average sold within 10 days and are achieving 98 per cent of the full asking price.”
You can call, email or tweet Living Quarter to book your free market appraisal: 0161 707 7584; firstname.lastname@example.org. uk; @LivingQ or @DrHouseStage. »»Visit www.living -quarter.co.uk for more details.
●»So far this year, properties listed with Living Quarter have on average sold within 10 days, achieving 98 per cent of the full asking price. Inset, director Natalie Martin