1. DEEP CLEAN
Deep clean and have a good clear out. Buyers look inside cupboards, over filled cupboards and wardrobes tells buyers you don’t have enough storage. This also means when your house sells, its easier to pack up.
2. CHOOSE A NEUTRAL COLOUR PALETTE
A simple neutral coloUr palette is the safest option. It allows buyers with different tastes to imagine putting their stamp on a blank canvas and those who like neutral will be happy too.
Remove all clutter and personal items, family photos need to be put away. Allow potential buyers to imagine your home as their own, not living in someone else’s old home. The less personal items there are, the easier this is to do.
Sell the lifestyle not just the home, highlight outdoor spaces, places to relax with a book, areas to entertain.
5. DETAILS MATTER
Details really matter. Add scented candles, diffusers, fresh flowers (faux work too), make beds up with crisp white sheets and hang fluffy white towels in bathrooms. It's worth spending a little bit here if you can. Think spa hotel luxury vibes, the half empty shampoo and shower gel can be put away! Turn on lamps for a soft calm ambience.