GET YOUR HOUSE READY FOR SALE
Everyone who has done it knows what a stressful and challenging process buying a house can be. The other side of the coin – selling a property - can be equally difficult. How do you get a property ready to put on the market for selling? Consideration can range from the presentation and layout of you property to its location, as well as outside factors such as property prices.

One of the most important things to get right is to ensuring your property is up to scratch before potential buyers are invited to view it. Just as important as getting viewers through the door is keeping them interested – not just in the property but the surrounding area. There are a number of ways to maximise the saleability of your property, which can include improving the outside space(s), selling the location and de-cluttering to make the property as presentable as possible.

The Outside Areas
Nearly all properties have an outside space, if it doesn’t have gardens or yards it will probably have a balcony, a patio or even a garage. To get viewers to consider buying your property you should look at what your property has to offer and to modify your outside space to suit. An example would be, if the property is a four-bedroom house, it may also benefit from pulling down the garage to create a larger garden – giving it more outside space which would appeal to a family.

Local Attractions and Shops
When you put your property on the market it’s worth remembering why you bought it in the first place. It might have been because it was close to shops and local attractions or it might have been how easy it is to commute to a nearby city. It is also important to make sure your estate agents list any of these local conveniences to create as much interest as possible in your property.

Peoples First Impressions
As really simple and basic consideration is to ensure that you property is clean and tidy when prospective buyers come to view. Putting things away and getting rid of clutter to make the living spaces more presentable. Prospective buyers like a clean canvas - make it easy for viewers to see themselves living in there. One consideration may be temporary storage to reduce the amount of furniture of other items cluttering your home.

Bright and Airy
Prospective buyers can reluctant to buy a house if they think it is too dark or dingy. There are a number of ways to brighten up a home, try hanging some large mirrors, as they will create an illusion of space. Paint the walls a neutral and light colour. Natural lighting should be emphasised as much as possible – your windows will be brighter with blinds rather than thick curtains and remove any large pieces of furniture away from windows to help exaggerate that feeling of space and allow extra light to flow in.
Posted: 25/01/2017
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