We have worked hard to be one of the best Estate Agents in Bournemouth and Poole and have consequently sold thousands of homes locally.
This means we have plenty of tips and tricks that can get potential buyers really interested in your property. Here are our top 10 that can get you ready for your viewings;
1. Improve your kerb appeal
The front of your house is so important to a viewer and it makes a lasting impression. Keep your garden tidy, free of clutter and get your windows cleaned
2. Keep your rooms bright
A bright room looks very appealing. Ensure that all your light bulbs are working and that the house has been well aired
3. Remove clutter and personal items
Ask a friend to suggest some items to remove. Even items that you love, such as your bike, or shoes racks could clutter an otherwise spacious hallway. Try and clear as much as possible away
4. Fix minor problems
Viewers will be on their guard so be sure to take the time to fixes that leaky tap, cracked tile or marks on the wall.
5. Give viewers space
Allow viewers time to talk, wander the rooms alone and have all the time they need to assess your house in peace and start picturing themselves there!
6. Put your pets away
As much as we love Fido, your viewer may have an allergy. Keep them in a separate room or with a friend and make sure you have thoroughly hoovered away any fur.
7. Keep prepared
Keep your house well-maintained for late or last minute viewings – keeping on top of your washing up, surface cleaning and hoovering.
8. Don’t forget the nice smells!
Candles or fragrances can make a lovely impact on a home and can really help your property have a homely touch.
Do you want more advice? As a leading Estate Agents in Bournemouth and Poole we’ve sold thousands of properties across Dorset and our team are on hand to give you even more hints. Just got in touch!
We are also inviting you to enjoy a complimentary market appraisal, to understand the real value of your home. Contact Our Sales Department on 01202 303066 to book your appointment.
Words by Suze Gillatt