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Got an tips on how to make a home more appealing for a viewing?

Asked on Aug 8 2013, Selling in Reading | Report content

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  • First impressions count for everything when it comes to property, so it’s vital your home looks its best for potential buyers. Maintaining this condition from the moment you get valuations until an offer has been accepted will give you the best chance of selling your home and of achieving the best possible price, whether you’re selling a house, flat, cottage, bungalow or studio apartment. Check out the guide below.

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    Answered on Aug 15 2013, Report content
  • I have been advised to decorate in light neutral colours and try to show off any space in the property

    Answered on Aug 30 2013, Report content
  • Hi Peter, My top tip when selling a house is to always make sure that it has a strong kerb appeal. People subconsciously make snap decisions and as mentioned above, first impressions are everything, especially when buying a home, so it's important that it looks good from the very first time someone sees it. Clearing the garden, painting a fence and generally making sure the front of the house looks good is always the best way to do this. Apart from that, I would say make sure the home is not cluttered inside - space sells - and if you have the time, sprucing up the bathroom and kitchen is always a great way to wow viewers. Many thanks, Scott

    Answered on Sep 6 2013, Report content
  • Hi, We've put together a guide to showing off your home when selling which will answer these questions for you. Please feel free to print our guide off and take notes of it to help increase the sale-ability of your home as well as appeal to potential buyers. We hope this helps.

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    Answered on Sep 23 2013, Report content

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