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Boost Your Home Resale Value
Hold that hammer. Before you put your home on the market, consider these quick and easy tips to boost your home's resale value.
What did you notice when you first saw your house from the outside? Was it the entrance, the garden, or something else that caught your attention? Try to attract your buyers' attention. Buyers look for the cleanest houses and those in excellent repair. Make sure you have a clean and tidy house that is ready to be shown at all times as people look for well-maintained homes and visual appeal. Make your house sparkle inside and out with these quick tips.
Frame the Picture (or they'll drive away!)
. Make the first impression count and tidy the garden, mow the lawn, etc.
. Clean, paint or weed the driveway, make it easy to get in.
. Install a new letterbox, that's right, it can be the first thing seen.
. Clean your gutters of leaves and growth.
. Repair all gates & fences.
. Hide rubbish bins and avoid clutter.
. Install exterior lighting for the effect of safety & ambience.
. Spring clean your house.
. Have your carpets professionally cleaned.
. Check interior walls and ceilings for signs mould and clean it off.
. Clean your ceiling fixtures and ceiling fans.
. Clean your windows.
. Clean/polish timber & tiled floors and walls.
. Clean mirrors, doors, and walls. A clean house is more appealing to buyers.
. Clean the appliances, theres nothing more appealing than bright stainless steel.
. Neutralize odours and musty smells that may linger in your house. Open your windows or mask the odours by burning a candle or essential oils or placing a vase of sweet smelling flowers on a benchtop.
. Homes that smell of animals, especially cats, can cost you thousands. Consider boarding pets during the selling period.
. Open the blinds. Let natural light enter the house.
. Switch on all lamps throughout the house.
. Turn on the lights in the kitchen and the bathroom.
. Repaint in light neutral colours as they make your rooms appear more spacious and buyers are typically attracted to light colours.
. Repaint walls in your kitchen, bathrooms and living areas.