Tips on how to present your property at its best

DDproperty Editorial Team
Tips on how to present your property at its best
If now is the time to sell up your property, then you probably want to sell it quickly. The current state of the market will dictate how fast this can be achieved, but also you need to price it right to lure prospective purchasers in. The more people that walk through the door to view the higher the chance to receive an offer.
Many buyers are time short and will decide on whether they wish to inspect a property solely on the online listing. Take time to get your property presenting at its best ready for marketing and for viewings too, this will go a long way to ensure an efficient marketing process.
This is the time to complete any remedial works. Those small jobs such as fixing the door handle back on, tightening that leaking tap, hanging that mirror which you haven’t had time to do or replacing a broken window pane. First impressions really do count and you don’t want purchasers to fear to do work in the property however big or small.
Take time to declutter to make your home look and feel bigger. Tidy your books on the bookshelf, you could even cluster together spines of the same colour to make a feature, put your shoes away, neatly fold your towels in the bathroom and invest in some storage solutions to place items which do not have a home.
Consider freshening up with a new coat of paint should the walls be scuffed. Even if your wall colour is a dated magnolia cream, then bring your property back to life with a contemporary light grey. The paint will cover up any lived-in marks and is a quick way to making an improvement to a home without having to do any major refurbishments.
Get any furnishings washed such as curtains, rugs or sofas if they are looking grubby. This may seem not necessary since all the items can be removed, but they all count in giving an overall good impression of the property.
Lastly, if you can turn on the air conditioning ahead of viewings so that prospective purchasers aren’t greeted by a stuffy room and open curtains too. You want to excite people as they enter your property rather than be met by a dusty and unappealing place to live.
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