This is to make sure that, when the inevitable comes and you have to sell it one day, you can avoid the scenario of having many potential buyers and yet no finalized ones. And if you’re clueless and don’t know where to start, we’ll show you just how.
1. Focus on the kitchen
Because the kitchen is arguably the part of the house with highest functional value, many buyers often scrutinise the details of a kitchen before making their decision.
2. Get energy-efficient appliances
With energy-efficient appliances comes lasting resale power. If you furnish these appliances properly, potential buyers can keep them and they do not have to buy replacements. These means they’ll be prioritising your house over one that has eccentrically-behaving lights and half-broken air-conditioners.
Make your home presentable to your buyers with consistent decluttering, for them to even take a second look at what you have to offer.
4. Materials matter
Building on first expectations, many people look at materials as well. This means tiles, flooring, various surfaces used. Even the least shrewd of buyers would want some functional value to the materials.
5. A fresh coat of paint
While it might seem counter-intuitive to freshen up your house with a new coat of paint when you are selling it away, buyers will appreciate this little attention to detail.