You need to go to serious lengths to make your home stand-out from the crowd, particularly if competition in the locality is strong.
Wondering how you can do this? We’ve come up with a few ideas:
Making a good first impression is vital and the garden is likely to be the first thing that people notice on their approach into your home. Give the lawn a trim beforehand, cut back any overgrown plants and flowers and pull out any weeds so that it looks in pristine condition.
Similar to the above, the front door can speak volumes about your home. A tired looking and unkempt front door can put people off before they’ve even entered the interior so get it replaced with a UPVC, aluminium or composite design.
To make your home memorable and have it stick in the minds of those who come for a viewing create a centrepiece such as a new conservatory installation. The multi-functionality of a conservatory means it’s the perfect setting for dining, lounging, entertaining and much more.
A sweet smelling home is likely to arouse the senses so perhaps light a few scented candles or even bake some fresh bread to lure buyers.
The inside of the house should be completely spotless so have a good tidy-up and get rid of any unnecessary clutter to leave each room feeling spacious.
For additional home improvements guaranteed to attract the attention of buyers visit our Hamilton showroom and explore our extensive product range.
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