Selling tips; presenting your property.

Front view appeal: The front of your property is first focal point for numerous buyers. Many people will do a ‘drive-past’ before viewing the property at a home open. Ensure your garden is maintained and attractive, or driveway and pathways weedless, swept and clean.

Fix it: There’s no surprise that buyers don’t want extra work to be done. If you are presenting your property in the highest standard, make sure leaky taps are tightened, lightbulbs replaced, fallen fences are fixed and decide what may need replacing.

De-clutter: When you clear out the excessive clutter in rooms it not only keeps the place tidy but also allows for rooms to been seen as their correct size.

Clean, Clean, Clean: Buyers want to envision your home as theirs. No one wants to walk into a home and see it dirty, so before every viewing give your property a proper clean, including windows to bring in bright, natural light.

Pets: Pets can create a lot of mess and dirt very quickly. Ensure they are not around for home opens and all toys, food bowls and surprise gifts in the backyard are cleaned up.

Aerate: Freshen your home by opening windows and doors to let out any odours that may have been lingering in your home.

Styling: This is the last factor is presenting your home. Check out websites like Pinterest for styling tips, hire furniture for the open homes or if you have purchased a new property, move your things leave it clean and empty. Whatever you choose, remember not everyone has the same style preference, so go for a minimalist look with clean, fresh colours.

Interested in more selling tips? Give us a call today on 08 9445 2455


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Wright Real Estate Doubleview is a real estate agency in Doubleview, WA. Servicing the areas of Scarborough, Doubleview, Woodlands and surrounds, our sales agents Glenn and Kelvin will find you a new home or get you the right money for your property.

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