The majority of the value of your home is out of your control, size, location, age and much more goes into the final tally of its overall worth. But there are some tips you can take on board to either increase the offers or guarantee people viewing your property want to buy the home. Here’s a look at five ways you can add some value to your property.
While you might be busy sorting out your new home you need to make sure your current home is presentable for visitors. Make sure you help any potential buyers temptation by creating living spaces them love and even inspire them. Contemporary furniture, dining room sets can go a long way in doing this, so if you can, try and leave your furniture till last before moving it out.
The small thing such as keeping it clean goes a long way, you won’t want anyone wandering around the home with a negative mindset, so if you know you have viewers coming to see the house, treat everyone like they are the first. Too often to sellers put some elbow grease into cleaning for the first few visitors but then give up after a while. Keep it up, you will sell!
The nothing better than walking into a home with a fresh scent in the air, and this something that remind with any potential buyers and gives them a positive mindset about the viewing. Wax melts, scented candles, diffusers or even leaving the window open on a nice day create scents.
Make sure you post about your home and the fact that you’re planning on selling it. You might get lucky and find out a friend of a friend is looking to buy a new home. Post a couple of pictures of the external view and avoid putting your address or contents on social media to avoid theft.
Usually a forgotten sanctuary in most homes but if you’re planning on having some new garden furniture in your new home, order to your current address and set it up to help sell the property. It’ll give the garden the boost it needs to entice viewers into placing an offer.