Seller Property Tips

How to Find a Real Estate Agent – 4 Questions To Ask

4 Questions to Ask an Agent that Instantly Qualifies Them for the Job

How To Choose Your AgentWhen it comes to selling your home, home owners are presented with an array of decisions to be made. The toughest of all is deciding on which real estate agent to enlist the services of when the time comes to sell and since there is practically an agent on every corner these days, shuffling through the different names and faces can be somewhat overwhelming, especially to a first time seller who knows no one in real estate.

 

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Brisbane Property Market 2015 – Just Headlines or The Reality?

What’s Really Happening in the Brisbane Property Market 2015 at a Local Level?

News headlines

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When it comes to real estate, there tends to be a bit of a disconnect between what we read in the press or see on the news and what is happening on the ground. This comes down to a number of reasons – one being that most news reports are based on national property prices, with a strong emphasis on the Melbourne and Sydney markets.

While this is a good starting point, and may meet the needs of economists and policy makers – this news can be of little use to local property buyers and sellers – who need to know what is happening in their suburb.

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Does Size Matter? Brisbane Property Market Trends

Brisbane Property Market Trends – Buyers Value Finish Over Size and Location

Does Size Matter

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It might be stating the obvious but many people like bright shiny objects and the housing market is no different. There is a current trend I see in Brisbane’s real estate market to base the buying decision on the property’s age. This is most noticeable in the apartment market.

One of the drivers behind this is a resurgence in the desire to live close to the CBD and have access to transport, trendy restaurants and general nightlife. These buyers are generally younger and often are looking at this property as a first home. The Brisbane real estate market offers multiple areas for these buyers to purchase a property that meets these requirements.

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Buying a Renovator – Are you REALLY Ready to Renovate?

Buying a Renovator in Brisbane – The Difference Between Cosmetics and Renovations

Renovator or Cosmetics

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The process of a home sale is to provide the seller with the tools to attract the perfect buyer and for the buyer to have a clear picture of what to expect when they get to the property. Simple, really! Or is it?

 

My obligation is to be accurate with my portrayal of the home. A 2 bedroom apartment tucked into a backstreet with no view will be incredibly disappointing if the description includes ‘city glimpses’ when in fact you get that glimpse when you swing down an neighboring street! Or it’s described as fully renovated when all that’s been done is the toilet seat has been replaced and lick of paint has been thrown around.

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Selling Your Home Tips in Storm Season

Selling Your Home – How Regular Maintenance Can Protect Your Home

Thunderstorm In The City by SupertrooperThere are many things to consider when selling your home and with the advent of recent storms in Brisbane I thought it prudent to talk about the benefits of ongoing maintenance.  The first and most obvious consideration is that with ongoing maintenance home owners can prevent or reduce the damage caused by natural disasters. A simple example is the removal of leaves from gutters, especially leading up to the storm season. Blocked gutters can result in water overflowing under roof sheeting and tiles and into the ceiling cavities, which can result in costly damage.

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How to take the Sizzle OUT of the bedroom | Preparing a House for Sale |

Sex sells (or so they say). However when it comes to selling a home, ‘Sexy…’ may be a disadvantage.

 Preparing a House for Sale

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When preparing a house for sale the bedroom is an interesting place to consider, as it is an intimate area of the home for the seller and it is about to be put on display to the public. As an agent I recommend my clients aim to tone down anything in the bedroom (that’s right, time to put your copy of 50 Shades of Grey away) and aim for space, light and modern. The purpose of this is to encourage the Buyer to see themselves living in the property, not the current owners.

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How to Clean Your Air Conditioner – Brought to you by HydroKleen

Kirstie ZillmaMeet local business owner, Kirstie Zillman.

She and her husband Andrew own our local HydroKleen business and I asked Kirstie a few questions about their service.

If you’re thinking of selling your home it may be worthwhile cleaning your air conditioner. While you may wish to do this yourself, this simple, cost effective procedure could be worth considering if you are unsure of what you are doing. Imagine how good it would be to have all of your air conditioning units looking and smelling like new again!

 

 

 

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Outsourcing Real Estate

Outsourcing real estate
The Latest Buzz Word
OR
The Value of Outsourcing Real Estate Services to a Professional.

 

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Why talk about Outsourcing here? This is NOT an internet marketing site. However, most of us using “On Line” activities in our lives will no doubt have heard this term. If you own a business, you may have been inundated with many an email or sponsored ad offering to help you grow your business by outsourcing some of the services you need in order to run your business.

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Sell Your Investment Property Easily

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You’ve made the decision to sell your investment property.

It has been managed well and giving you good returns so you’ve had peace of mind.

You want things to run smoothly, don’t you?

Does this sound like the sort of outcome you would want?

You really need to consider this!

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Home Seller Mistakes to avoid when selling your home

The hidden costs of trying to save a buck!

 

Home seller mistakes

We all like to get great value, don’t we? Save a penny here, save a penny there.

 

Well, when I heard this story recently, it was enough to make me cringe. It has to do with buying a home privately and the potential perils of doing so!

 

My colleague, a registered valuer, is the epitome of professionalism so his story will be the facts. He told us about a job he had been called in to do recently here in Brisbane. There will be no names or specific locations mentioned.

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10 Secrets of Feng Shui to Sell Your Home

It’s always interesting when you chance upon some new ideas that may help you with a current endeavour. If you follow these tips, it will help you sell your home in a timely manner and at a premium price.

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Feng shui to sell home

  • Make sure the clutter is cleared out of your entire home. Most homes can benefit from removing about ¼ of the furniture and belongings. Create a home that feels spacious. Open up the floor space. You’ll feel liberated as well so that’s an extra bonus.

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Choosing a Real Estate Agent in Brisbane

The Fine Art of Choosing YOUR Agent

Choosing a real estate agent
In any real estate market, the question is often asked, “What exactly do agents do to earn their commission?”

On a typical sale, the agency receives around 2% of the value of the home. Of course a large percentage of that goes to the principal to cover running costs etc. (which really add up!).
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Building Inspection Checklist for Sellers

Building inspection checklist for Sellers 

Yes, there is more!

Maintenance that is, that one needs to keep an eye on when you are getting your home ready for sale. Here are a few more tips and ideas to help you keep on top of things. I’m all about keeping it practical and straight forward. And also to help you minimise the potential hiccups that can occur when buyers do their building inspections.

Again, I am talking with my colleague, Kevin Manning where we share the more common issues that tend to arise for home sellers during the course of a building inspection on their home.

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Presenting a Home for Sale: Maintenance

Presenting a Home for Sale: Importance of Maintenance 

The thing we all hate – MAINTENANCE!

However, by keeping on top of it will make your steps to preparing your home for sale a lot easier to manage and present you with fewer issues when it comes time to sell your home. The buyers for your home are becoming more and more street smart so attending to those fiddly bits around your home will eliminate some potential problems.

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Selling a House Tips: Entertaining Areas

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We all love to relax and when the mood takes us, entertain. It could be formal entertaining, it could be relaxed entertaining, it could be entertaining poolside or on the deck.

Or, it could be simply relaxing and enjoying the ambience of our own home rather than going out. In this video I will discuss the things I believe you need to consider when preparing your home for sale and setting up your entertainment areas. That will be an area of your home that buyers will be particularly interested in.

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Tips for Selling Your Home: Bedrooms

Tips for Selling Your Home: Bedrooms

If you have decided to sell your home, you will find that great property presentation will enhance your  home and help you achieve the best price possible from the current market, no matter when you decide to sell.

In this video, my colleague, Kevin Manning and I will talk further about the presentation of your bedrooms and what to do to make things easy for you.

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Preparing a House for Sale: Living & Dining Areas

Preparing a House For Sale

This preparing a house for sale conversation focuses on the living and dining areas of your home.

 

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Tips to Sell Your House: Bathrooms & Kitchens

Tips to Sell Your House

For these particular tips to sell your house, we talk about your bathrooms and the kitchen areas. What should you focus on here?tips to sell your house

Had to laugh! The crickets almost drowned us out!!

– Barb

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How to Sell Your Home For More: First Impressions & Street Appeal

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First Impressions and street appeal go hand in hand. In this video I discuss with my colleague, Kevin Manning, a fellow Brisbane real estate agent about the important things sellers should address to improve first impressions and street appeal. This is especially important for sellers who want to know how to sell their home for more.

If you have any more questions give me a call.

I’m all about helping you keep some perspective, to make your preparation as easy as possible, to simplify the process for you.

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Downsizing Your Home. The new Black!

Setting the fashion trend in Brisbane.

Downsizing your home
Are we finally growing up? Are we recognising that the need for acres of space, every bell and whistle, does not necessarily fulfil the modern dream of home ownership in Brisbane.

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Presenting Your House For Sale to Sell Your Home For More

The 5 Top Tips to Help you Sell for More


INSIGHTS: PROVEN PROPERTY PRESENTATION TIPS TO SELL FOR MORE

 

Presenting your house for sale

Property presentation to maximise the sale price of your home is about removing any excuse for a buyer to ask for a price reduction.

If you follow and apply the 5 steps below, you’ll dramatically reduce the chance of “leaving money on the table” when you sell.

 

 Property Presentation Tip:

Tip No. 1

Clean your house from top to bottom, inside and out

And then do your best to keep it clean and tidy until sold.

Cleaning costs nothing but if the carpets and curtains could do with a professional “deep clean”, it’s well worth the money.

 

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What to Ask When You Buy a Home

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Ok, so you’ve pored over the property marketing materials, gazed longingly at the glossy property photography and taken the virtual tour about a thousand times since your showings – your heart is set on the house. But how much do you really know about it?

The answer is you probably don’t know that much, other than the fact that you think you’d really love to live there. However, you shouldn’t let the emotional connection you may have formed with a home deter you from discovering as much as possibly about a property before you commit to buy.

Buyers who are serious about purchasing a home need to ask a couple of key questions before they enter seriously into the process of offering and negotiating – as the answers can save them money, and heartache down the line.

 

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Don’t Slip Under The Home Buyers’ Radar – Presenting Your Home For Sale

Home Owners Avoid Slipping Under The Home Buyers’ Radar

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When you choose an agent who totally understands about presenting your home for sale by using a variety of resources to ensure it’s seen by the maximum number of the right people, you’ll be doing yourself a big favour.

 

Good old-fashioned ‘word of mouth’ and ‘networking’ are valuable tools, used by the best agents in the industry to put their sellers’ properties on the real estate radar. Whilst there are countless examples of properties that have sold using just this one method alone, you are potentially missing out on a much larger pool of cashed-up buyers if you don’t engage in a holistic marketing attack incorporating all the tools at your disposal.

Is you home on their radar?

For example, visually appealing and inviting signage in front of your property sings out to buyers and captures their attention. It says, “You’ve discovered my beautiful neighbourhood. You’ve seen this fantastic street. You know how close I am to everything, and you know what I’m like from the outside… You’ve just got to arrange an appointment to come in and inspect me”. Buyers who enquire about properties after they discover them from For Sale signs are very strong prospects indeed.

 

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Getting the Best Valuation for your Home

3 Top Tips for the Best Valuation

Sometimes (though thankfully not often), a home will not value at the price it has sold for, causing the contract to crash or negotiations to re-open.

We’ve put together a list of the three top tips so that when the time comes, you’ll be prepared to get the best possible valuation for your home.

Get the best valuation for your home

  1.    Overall Presentation: The home must be in a similar state of repair to your open houses. In other words, pristine. So after you’ve agreed to a price and signed the contracts, don’t drop the ball and let clutter accumulate and the garden become unkempt.
  2.    Outdoors, Kitchen and Bathrooms: These are the high-price-tag rooms. If they’re well-presented and not dated, they’ll have a huge impact on your property valuation. It is important that the bathroom & kitchen are well presented, even if the valuer is inspecting the property early in the morning.
  3.    Recent Sales Evidence: Stay abreast of property sales in your area by attending any auctions or opens leading up to and including the time of selling your home. Grab a brochure to make your notes and hand this evidence to the valuer. Your sales agent will be supplying the valuer with any additional information they have as well. This up-to-the-minute information could be very useful, as sites commonly used by valuers can sometimes have information that’s 3 or more months old.

 

Want to Know More? Check out Our Home Sellers Checklist for getting the best result on the Sale of your home.

If you want to present your home in best light possible, give me a call. I have some great tips and tricks to share.

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Quick tips For Selling Your House

Fluff and Dust – a Quick Guide to presenting your home for Sale

 

Are you wondering what ‘Fluff and Dust’ is all about? Some quick tips for selling your house

 

You have made the decision, the plan is in place and your home is about to go onto the market. The first step towards achieving that great result is to make your home shine, so a bit of fluffing and dusting is in order. Even if you are renting out an investment property, it will pay to check on its presentation too. Grab pen and paper and let’s take a closer look at each room as you walk through. Jot down a list of the things that need to be done. It’s time to fluff up the cushions!  Whiz out the duster or paint brush! Here are some snippets of advice about what you should prioritise.

 

Some Quick Tips for Selling Your House:

 

Let’s start at the front door! How does your entrance look?

Check that your entrance is looking smart, fresh and inviting. Paths cleaned, paint freshened up, gardens or potted plants looking tidy, driveways free of grease and grime, gates and doors hanging straight. A tip though, once you paint one thing, ensure it does not make its surrounds look shabby. Sometimes a good wash down will be a better option. Check door handles, taps and replace light bulbs where necessary. Simple things can make the world of difference to a buyer’s perception of the condition of your home and avoid ringing alarm bells about its need for maintenance.


Once inside, what is your first impression?

As you walk through, look at each room as if you were viewing an ‘open home’. It is worth thinking about packing up as much as you can. You will be moving, anyway, so getting rid of unnecessary items, reducing clutter, donating items to your local charities and generally spring cleaning will open up rooms and make them feel more spacious. It will also lessen the load once you have sold…..

Strip the fridge of all of those magnets and bills, stow the extra toys (imagine the joy when the children unpack those later!), sort the books and be strong! Buyers are not terribly interested in your collections. They want to see rooms as big and as comfortable as they can be. You will be amazed at how good it feels to DECLUTTER!


How do things look underneath your feet?

It is time to shampoo the carpets, “de-dog (or cat) hair” the place. Do the timber floors need a coat of satin sheen or just a good clean? Timber decks look amazing with a fresh coat of oil. With old carpets, consider lifting them and revealing the floor boards or look at a scatter rug. It may give the lift it needs.


Let there be light!

The simplest things that will transform a home are light and space (de-cluttering). We mentioned checking to make sure that all the lights have working bulbs! Lamps will soften and brighten corners plus add ambience to rooms. They can create interest where spaces are bare. Opening the blinds/curtains will let the sun shine in, enhancing polished floors and making spaces bigger.


Fluffing some more.

The beauty of soft furnishings is that they can be the most economical way to enhance your existing furniture. You can add a little bit of sheen and colour  to leathers and the coarse woven fabrics of your covered lounges with new cushions. Or, change the mood and add a touch of glamour to bedrooms by tossing in a selection of new pillows, throws or covers. The lastest linen store brochures will provide a wonderful sampling of ideas for you to freshen your home’s look. A clever choice of colours and/or textures may be just the subtle change needed and then you can take them with you to your new lounge or bedroom.


Colour me beautiful!

You may have had a passion for dramatic feature walls, but now is not the time to begin experimenting.  Less is more and neutral is even better. If painting is on your list, be mindful that others may not have your taste, hence the advice about ‘Going neutral’. It provides a great back drop and everyone can picture their own furniture a little better. As we mentioned before, consider first whether painting will make other areas cry out for their coat and therefore make your job even bigger. However, a fresh coat of paint can work wonders and is one of the cheaper alternatives when freshening up your home.

Your furniture and more

Now is the time to look at FLOW! Move things around. You may be surprised with what can happen to a space once you shift your paintings and furniture pieces around. Like an old pair of slippers, what has seemed so comfortable may have in fact compromised how well the room can feel. This wont cost you anything! Something that is big and bulky may be consuming your floor space where a finer piece may work a little better. Don’t forget, packing some of it up and away make work wonders as well.

Keep your budget in mind

Think before you rush in and do the big renovation just as you are about to move out. All of that expense may be wasted if your buyer does not like what you have done. And it may turn them away. Plan carefully, ask our advice on this one! Simple changes and functionality in your fixtures and fittings may be all that is required. Having professional cleaners attend to bathrooms and kitchens may just add the extra shine you need.

Keep it fresh

Nothing is nicer than fresh flowers inside and freshly mown grass outside. Potted plants can add their little bit of magic as well. Check that the pool sparkles and the weeds disappear.

 

So, the list is completed and now your home is ready!

Good luck!

Your list is ready to prepare your home for sale

 

 

 

Want to Know More? Check out Our Home Sellers Checklist for getting the best result on the Sale of your home.

If you want to present your home in best light possible, give me a call. I have some great tips and tricks to share.

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Marketing Your Home for Sale – Don’t be Shy When You Sell Your Home

You have ‘fluffed and dusted’ your home and now is not the time to hide behind a bushel. You have made a solid decision about what is happening in the next stage of your life and this is the time to let it all hang out, so to speak.

Marketing your home for sale

You can’t sell a secret so selling a house or apartment or townhouse or villa needs to be shouted out loud so that everyone knows about it. Your buyer, the one who will offer you THE best price, could be anywhere at this very moment. You live in an era where technology is King! This means that you will have a few precious moments in which to grab a potential buyer’s eye and hold their interest.
So, how do you do that? Well-meaning family or friends may counsel you about having a sign up or using the internet but the reality is, you want a sale and that requires exposing yourself or rather, your property! Pardon my frankness, but that is what needs to be done.

 

Let’s begin with your most effective tool, quality photographs. Nothing will turn a Buyer off more quickly than dark, dingy cluttered looking rooms. Distractions do just that, distract from the full potential of what you are offering them. They flick through property profiles quite fast so once they have narrowed down their search based on location and price range, the next step is for them to find something that appeals. We all turn on to something that grabs our attention and this is more likely to happen if your photographs show well lit, uncluttered spaces. Even small rooms can look bigger by tossing out the excess detritus we gather along the way! Hang the towels straight! Make the bed! Pop the ironing right out of sight. Reward the kids for keeping their rooms tidy. Take all the magnets and notices off the front of the fridge. Mow the grass.

 

Once you have great photos, you have the platform for fantastic exposure. Promotion of your home should include a display sign out the front and an impressive internet profile at the very least. However, those great pics can also be used for others avenues of promotion eg brochures, newsletters, e-marketing and advertising in print media.

 

So don’t be shy. It is time to shine!

Have you seen our Home Sellers Checklist for getting the best result on the Sale of your home?

If you want to present your home in best light possible, give me a call. I have some great tips and tricks to share.

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How to Prepare your Home for Sale | Decluttering Your Home

 

Oh la la! La boudoir

Or is it Oh No No……..

Is it time you considered decluttering your home? 

Let’s take a peek inside your bedrooms.
As you open the doors, what do you see?  We may not all have designer interiors but a semblance of order can create a sense of space, harmony and flow.

Is there plenty of light flooding in or is the ‘mood’ more like the devil’s lair? I did say the house washer would be your best friend but there are two more elements that will also be your allies at sale time and they are loads of natural light and de-cluttering. Preparing your home for sale - Bedrooms

 

Regarding light, are the curtains and blinds still in good order or should they be removed or replaced? Are they hanging straight? Or missing loop attachments? Blind cords hanging loosely? Unless privacy is a major issue, having none may be the better alternative to sad droopy looking drapes or blinds.

 

Bedside tables – we all need them but is yours stacked to the ceiling with dozens of half read books and tissue boxes, a coffee mug?

 

Any built-ins in here? Again, check that your cupboard doors and windows are all opening and closing smoothly. The most crowded rooms in the house often tend to be the children’s rooms where soft toys, lego and books are fighting for the attention of their little owners. A bit of overindulgence at birthdays can now seem to be a bit of a nightmare when trying to sort out how to best handle what is precious or essential and what is not.

 

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How to Prepare your Home for Sale | Home Presentation Inside

Home Presentation

Your next move is to open the front door

 

For this week’s practical tip on preparing your home for sale, let’s step inside.

What’s behind the front door?

 

How did you go? The house looking spiffy from the front? The front door gleaming with fresh paint?

 

Now open the door and let’s move inside.

 

What do you see? Is this home well presented or does it need some work?

 

Remember, we are being thoroughly practical here so try to do this with a visitor’s eye, not the one that arrives home each day with so much blind familiarity we fail to see the chaos and clutter! Did I say clutter?

 

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How to Prepare your Home | Styling Your Home For Sale

 

Is the front door a little wonky

 

Questions. Questions. And First Impressions

Styling Your Home For Sale

 

Can’t work out where to begin? Why don’t you take a walk outside and start at the very beginning. Even if your home is an apartment, the front door or gate is a very good place to start.

 

The questions I would ask myself would be:

 

“Is the entrance looking smart, clean, inviting?”

“Is the gate hanging straight and the fence in good order?”

“Are the hedges behind it trimmed and tidy?”

“Are there things lying around the garden that can be tossed out or put away?” Broken pot plan holders, children’s toys, gardening equipment, the dog’s play things, dilapidated garden furniture?

“Do the gardens and plants look as if somebody loves them or are they tired, overgrown and woolly?”

 

There have been instances where overgrown shrubbery has given the perception of a smaller home than it actually is so a buyer has driven on by.  Silly, I know, but we are looking at everything you can attend to to maximize your home’s appeal, that all important first impression.

 

“Is the front pathway in need of repaving, some repair?”styling your home for sale

“Are there tree roots lifting pavers?”

“Are the front stairs sound or are there a couple of loose treads needing attention?”

“How about the railings? Do they need an extra bolt or two?”

You would be amazed how many people misinterpret minor defects as reflective of something more ominous!

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