First impressions count – make sure your property has great kerb appeal. Mow lawns and tidy the garden.
Emphasise space – ensure the property is clutter free, clear surfaces including floors and table tops. Close cupboard doors and put away personal effects.
Maximise light – open curtains, blinds and adjoining doors.
Odours matter – prior to viewings, open the windows to air the property. Take pets outside during the viewing.
Minimise buyers’ worries – No need to spend a fortune, but do carry out minor repairs to walls, floors and features.
Security – for your own peace of mind, lock away valuables during viewings.
Viewings – be as flexible as possible and keep us informed if there are specific times to avoid.
Answer questions honestly – always make sure you answer all questions raised by potential buyers as accurately as possible. Their searches will confirm your answers at a later date.
Don’t overcrowd – if you feel comfortable, let potential buyers view your house freely at their leisure without any pressure.
Negotiations – always let the offers come through us. We are here to get the best possible price for your property.