First impressions are so important. Sweep the path, trim the hedge, put the bins away and paint the front door.
A deep clean can work wonders, especially in the kitchen and bathroom (the most important rooms for buyers).
Basic repairs mean buyers see a home that’s cared for. So fix that leaky tap, loose floorboard or flickering light.
Declutter as much as you can. You want buyers to imagine themselves living in your property, not falling over piles of stuff.
Stock your bathroom(s) with good quality toiletries. Luxury hand wash adds a touch of class that can really elevate.
Open windows and doors before viewings to let some fresh air in. Music, candles and the smell of fresh coffee are nice touches too.
Highlight options. If your property has potential to extend make sure you know about it as buyers are sure to ask.
Bedrooms are best. Buyers like to see maximum sleeping space, even if they plan to make changes later.
Keep it neutral. White walls won’t put anyone off. Give rooms a lick of paint so they look fresh and bright.
Think about lighting. Floor and table lamps spread