Make sure your lawn is green and tidy, and get rid of any weeds. Water blast paved surfaces and fences. Trim the hedges and edges. Update with some new plants if necessary. Time it so your garden is looking its best for your campaign.
2. Create a welcoming entrance
A lovely first impression is essential to win over buyers and your front door is the first thing they will see when they visit your home. Keep the area clean and tidy. Paint the door if necessary. Add some plants.
Simplifying the space is one of the best ways to improve a buyer’s experience of your home. You could consider hiring a storage unit if required.
It’s amazing what fresh paint can do modernise and update your home. Stick to neutral colours.
7. Update fixtures
You don’t need to spend a fortune on a full bathroom and kitchen renovation. But you can refresh these areas with a new benchtop or vanity and some new taps and handles. New mirrors and lights throughout the home can make a huge impact on a small budget.
Make sure you have completed any repairs and projects that are needed. Buyers don’t want to see any jobs they will need to complete.
Next level cleaning is essential when presenting your home for sale. Wash windows inside and out, and clean blinds and curtains.