After a whirlwind of a year in 2020, with the country cooped up and fed up of the same four walls, now is the perfect time for a fresh start.
There is someone out there for everyone, and the same applies within the nation's property market – visit our website to see stunning homes for sale in your area.
If they haven't seen your home in the best possible light then it is impossible for them to love it.
Having well-finished photos will ensure your property has maximum marketing exposure online, which is crucial for pre-viewings in today's climate.
High-quality photos could be the difference between securing the right viewer and offer, or your home being left on the shelf.
Attractions are instant and this applies for homes. The potential buyer will have 30 seconds to make their first impression, so make it count. Make your home tidy, neat and clutter free. Fix up your kerb appeal and allow them to envision themselves actually living there.
Try and highlight how much space your home has to offer by having a big clear-out and by capitalising on natural lighting within your property.
A recent study showed that one of the top five factors that can make a buyer fall in love with the property is the garden. No matter the size of your outdoor space, you need to make sure it is utilised to its full potential – even if it happens to be snowing!
If something is broken in your home, the worst thing you can do is avoid it. A survey will only pick these problems up further down the line, so to save time for all involved parties, fix any underlying issues with the property.
If you are interested in taking advantage of the incredible property demand we're seeing, book a market appraisal...