You never get a second chance to make a great first impression

HIGHLIGHT YOUR HOME
NOTHING IMPROVES THE ATMOSPHERE OF A HOME MORE THAN BRIGHTNESS.
Open all curtains and switch on strategic lights to brighten up gloomy spots prior to the arrival of prospective purchasers.

LITTLE THINGS COUNT
Make sure all minor repairs are completed.
Sticking doors and windows, loose door knobs, broken windows, faulty plumbing or peeling paint may affect your sale.

DON'T SPEND BIG MONEY
BUYERS MAY NOT SHARE YOUR TASTE.
If you spend a lot of money painting, carpeting or adding a patio, you will want to recoup this in the sale price. Buyers may not share your taste, even though what they are getting is almost new.
TAKE A BACK SEAT
Avoid being present during inspections as much as practicable. Your property consultant knows the buyers requirements and can better emphasise the features of your home to prospective purchasers.
Never apologise for the condition or appearance of your home with potential buyers as this only emphasises the faults.

Don't discuss details of the transaction such as price or terms, leave this to your property consultant - remember his/her experience and training enables him/her to qualify purchasers and negotiate the best price for you, the vendor.

Futhermore negotiations are more easily kept on a business-like level when emotions are not involved.

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