Top five tips for selling your property this year
The 2017 real estate market on the Sunshine Coast is heating up with no signs of slowing down, If you are selling your property here are five top tips to get you started and assist you secure that sale quickly. Now’s the time to start planning and if you’d like a free property appraisal, simply add your details in below and one of our Nambour real estate agents will be in contact right away.
1. Maximise your outdoor spaces
Whether your home has an large garden or a small verandah, it’s important to show it off to its full potential. You want Buyers to imagine themselves sitting out drinking their morning coffee, so ensure your outside area projects them the right impression.
2. Cool when its hot and warm when it's cold
Prospective buyers will also want to know they can cool down in the summer and warm up in winter. Have your air conditioning serviced to ensure you can open all your windows – a cool breeze will be welcomed when Summer heats up the Sunshine Coast.
3. Street front appeal
The first impression is always the most important so have an honest look at what can be improved and also get an unbiased opinion from your real estate agent. Gardening and mowing is very important as it’ll not only improve street appeal but also show buyers that it’s easy to maintain.
4. Keep it clean
Having you home presented immaculately is so important. The property should appear just as the buyer have seen it online. There is nothing more off putting for a buyer than to walk into a home with dishes in the sink, clothes in the laundry and unmade beds. For this reason set an open house time once a week and ensure that the property is absolutely immaculate.
5. Look good and smell good
Property hunters use both their sight and smell when they inspect real estate, so make sure your home appeals to all of them.
Fresh flower can make a huge difference, or perhaps even a scented candle. Of course you love you pet but not everyone love the smell of pets and this can very quickly put a buyer off. In some cases pet owner become immune to the smell and therefore it is important to get an honest 3rd party opinion.