What should I do to get my property ready?
Your home is a significant asset and the purpose of a sale is for you to maximise your return. It is worthwhile investing time and some money (if available and appropriate) into improving any aspects of the property that may detract from buyer interest.
First impressions count when looking to achieve the highest price for your property; emotionally engaging potential buyers is worth the effort. If DIY changes to your property are of no interest, or if you are finding it difficult to know where to start, help isn't far away. You can engage the services of a pre‑sale property styling expert who will assess your property from another perspective and make changes before your home hits the market.
Our mantra for sellers is to remember: selling a home is not about you, it's about attracting buyers.