Selling your house is one of the most stressful life events a person can experience.
And with so many properties going up on the market every day, the competition is fierce.
Investing in the overall appeal of your property will help it stand out to potential buyers and have it snapped up in no time.
So, if you’re ready to move, here are six things you can do to help your home sell faster.
1. Low Maintenance Garden
You might be blessed with green fingers, but gardening isn’t everyone’s favourite activity.
And many people are now too busy to spend hours of their weekends preening their flowerbeds. Having a garden that’s low maintenance will give your property a broader appeal.
2. Render Your Walls
While you’re thinking about your exterior, another kerb appeal feature to consider is the look of your external walls.
Over time they can suffer at the hands of the elements, leaving them cracked and worn. The best solution for this is to apply a render such as JUB from an expert stockist like Direct Building Products. Rendering will modernise your abode and give it a sleek and weatherproof finish.
3. Neutral Colours
Painting your interiors in neutral tones will improve your chances of making a quick sale.
And while cream and magnolia shades are hardly everyone’s cup of tea, these are far easier for new owners to decorate over.
Dulux have a great range of neutral tones to cover up those bright colours, or simply tidy up an existing paint job.
4. Spring Clean
It’s important to make sure that your house is clean when potential buyers come for viewings. A grubby home won’t help you sell! Make sure that your house is spick and span not just for viewing, but for listing photographs too.
Similarly, before you put your house on the market, have a good declutter (you’ll be grateful for it when you come to move!)
5. Bake Something
It’s hard to resist the smell of freshly baked bread, and it will certainly help to enchant your potential buyers.
Baking a loaf of bread before they arrive will make your house feel much more homely. Of course, baking might not be your thing, so you can always cheat by throwing a couple of your local supermarket’s part-baked baguettes into the oven.
6. Bring the Outdoors In
Investing in some house plants is a great way to attract the attention of buyers. Friendly foliage indicates an inviting and nurturing environment, and a bouquet of flowers can really brighten up any room.
Greenery and flowers are great ways to introduce a pop of colour, especially if you’ve now repainted your walls in neutral shades.
Selling your home quickly can be a challenge, but with these simple alterations, you’ll help boost your property’s appeal.
Did you make any changes to ensure your home would be more sellable? Tell us all about them in the comments below!