How To Make A Good First Impression On Buyers

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When a potential buyer comes to view your home, you will want to make the best impression possible to ensure that they put in a bid. There are plenty of ways that you can do this by doing simple things like having a clear out or adding a bit of paint to the front of your home. In this article, we are going to give you some ideas on how you can make a good first impression on potential buyers. Make sure to keep reading if you’d like to find out more.

Fix Things That Are Broken

One of the first things that you should do if you want to make a good first impression on buyers is to fix the things that are broken in your home. You might find that there are a lot of things that are relatively easy to fix and when you actually get around to it, you’ll make a huge difference. Take a walk around your house and record a list of the things that are broken and try to get some of them fixed before the big viewing!

Bathrooms

Bathrooms are already usually a small space so these are vital areas that really need some extra attention in terms of decluttering. Plumbworld.co.uk has put out an insightful piece on this.

Upgrade Your Garden

Another great thing that you can do to make a good first impression on buyers is to upgrade your garden. This is really easy and sometimes all it takes is to get the grass cut or add a few planters. If you really want to impress, then you should think about investing in a steel building for your property which can be used for storage or even a spare room. Metal building kits come in a lot of different sizes so you are sure to find one that suits your garden. Your potential buyers will be very impressed, and you’ll get some more offers.

Curb Appeal

When it comes to first impressions, you need to remember that the front of your home is very important. This is why you should do what you can to improve the curb appeal of your property. Think about things like your front garden, the steps up to your house or even the front door itself. If your front door is looking a little old, then you could invest in a new one or even just give your old one a lick of paint. Improve your curb appeal and you’ll make a better first impression.

Declutter

Our final tip for you when it comes to creating a good first impression for potential buyers is to make sure that your home is decluttered. The people who come to view your home will want to have a look around and see things like the storage space that you have. This is why you should think about having a spring clean and making sure that you declutter your home. The buyers will be more impressed with a home that’s been lived in but still doesn’t have too much lying around. This way, they’ll be able to imagine themselves there.

Written by Julie Hanson

Julie is passionate about property – development, investment and portfolio planning. Along with husband Alec, Julie is actively building a property portfolio while helping others to do the same.

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