Image Is Everything In The Property Market
Making your home look as good as possible will help you to sell it quickly, so here’s three different ways to do that.
Trying to sell your home can be challenging, but with a few simple steps you can be handing over the keys in no time at all. You just need to create the best possible image for your home, and allow buyers to make a special connection with it. From the outside appearance of your property to a unique brochure that a potential buyer can take home with them, it’s all about making them fall in love with your property before, during and after their viewing. So without further ado, here’s your must read guide to getting your property off of the market in 2017!
The importance of kerb appeal can’t be underestimated. We all know the expression ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ – but it’s human nature, we just can’t help it! So to entice buyers in, you need to make the outside of your home look great. Give your front door a fresh lick of paint, spend some time on ensuring your front garden is free of weeds, make sure your windows are clean and well-dressed, and make sure your guttering is tidy. They’re all fairly small jobs, but they really make the difference!
Once you have a potential buyer in the door, then it’s time to really pull out the stops. There are plenty of ways that you can make your home welcoming. First of all, make sure that you give it a thorough clean and clear away any clutter. It’s great for a home to have some personality but you shouldn’t have too many of your possessions on display, as a buyer needs to be able to visualise how a home would work for them. Finally, make your home smell good! Get some fresh air circulating though the property, get rid of any bad odours, and just before a viewing bake some bread or light some candles. It will really help to set the atmosphere off.
A great way of presenting your home in the best possible light is to give a prospective buyer a brochure. Quality brochures are vital to selling houses in a number of ways, and can be used to bookend a viewing. A good brochure provides a great first impression of a property before a person visits it. It also reminds people of the positive aspects of a property after a viewing, and will help a person to communicate what it was they loved about a property to others – perhaps someone who wasn’t available to attend the viewing. It’s important to hire a trusted local company to take care of your brochure design, as they’ll have the skills and knowledge to really make your home shine on the page.
Your home won’t be on the market for long!
So, there you have it – your guide to selling your home! Image is everything when you put your property on the market, and it will need to stand out to fetch the best possible price. By making it look as attractive as possible and then showing off all your hard work in a brochure, you’ll be catching buyers eyes straight away!