Could this technique help you sell your property?

31st August 2017

Home staging is the concept of laying out your home in a way that aids potential buyers to imagine themselves living there. Small changes to your interior design could be the difference between a “no” and a signature on the dotted line.

Follow our 5 simple steps to effective home staging and sell your home as quickly as possible!

1) Understand your buyer
Are you likely to be selling to first time buyers? A professional couple? A family? Consider your audience and adjust your home in order to suit their needs.

2) Step back
Take a minute to step back and view your home through fresh eyes. What stands out? By looking at your home from someone else’s perspective, you’ll be able to see the things that potential buyers might be put off by, like that peeling radiator paint for instance…

3) Go neutral
Just because you’re a fan of a burnt orange feature wall doesn’t mean it suits the taste of your potential buyers. To provide a blank canvas in which those viewing your property can imagine themselves living, why not give your home a lick of paint and opt for neutral tones?

4) Remove all clutter
By decluttering your home, you’ll open up a lot of space which will demonstrate to potential buyers just how spacious your home actually is. By removing family photographs and those drawings from your kitchen fridge, you’ll create a streamlined version of your home, which will be appealing to buyers!

5) Focus on lighting
We all understand the importance of lighting, and showing off your home in its best light is crucial. Help to ensure your home appears fresh and airy by keeping windows clear and allow as much natural light in as possible.


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