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Presenting your Property

Outside Appeal

  • Remove bikes, tools and any clutter.
  • Keep lawns mowed, paths edged, hedges trimmed and gardens weeded.
  • A few well-positioned flowering potted plants can create a welcoming appearance.
  • Having the exterior washed and windows cleaned can make an enormous difference.
  • Paint or wash fences, gates, screens, steps and the front door.
  • Ensure your pets are secured so that they won’t pose a threat or annoy visitors. Outside lighting is a must for evening inspections.

Positive First impressions

  • Your front door and entranceway can be powerful first impression areas.
  • A newly decorated front door with attractive topiary shrubs either side can be effective.
  • Properties yet to be renovated can visually show buyers the potential of the property by decorating the walls, ceiling and floor of the front entrance.
  • Position an attractive plant or piece of art to add that final touch.


Appeal to the Senses

  • A general spring clean will freshen the look and the air.
  • Turn on sufficient lights when inspections are being held to compensate for any dark areas.
  • Use odour neutralisers to dispel with cigarette or animal smells. The delicious aroma of brewing coffee or freshly baked bread will convey the impression that you enjoy your property.
  • Bathrooms should be gleaming. Repair any broken tiles and reseal around the bath and basin if necessary. A dish of scented potpourri or soaps add a nice touch.
  • Place freshly cut flowers throughout your property.
  • Interesting knick-knacks, books or artwork in feature areas around your property can encourage visitors to linger.
  • Turn the radio or TV off, maybe in favour of a restful CD. Make sure the temperature inside is comfortable – even light the fire in winter.

It’s the little things that count

  • Attend to any small maintenance jobs such as sticking doors or windows, dripping taps, squeaking hinges, loose door handles, blown light bulbs or faulty switches.

Create a feeling of spaciousness

  • Ensure your kitchen is spotless, the working areas are uncluttered with tidy cupboards and pantry.
    Make sure wardrobes are tidy – they’ll look larger.
  • Mirrors in smaller rooms can convey the feeling of more space.
  • To enlarge room size appearance, perhaps store some furniture and ornaments.

Lastly

  • Allow your buyers the time and relaxed atmosphere to become emotionally involved in your property by leaving the premises during inspections. Your consultant will maintain security at all times.