Spring Into Action if You’re Considering Selling!

By Katerina Stavrou

There will be many homeowners preparing their homes this Winter for the seasonally strong Spring selling period. We are anticipating some premium stock to enter the market as the onset of the warmer months brings renewed optimism. This region historically performs well during spring with families looking to be well settled by Christmas and we expect buyers to follow trends and turn up in numbers for campaigns as anticipated.

If you’re thinking about selling this coming Spring, one of the best pieces of advice I can give you is don’t skimp on presentation!

Presentation matters at the crucial stages of the marketing process.

  1. If your property looks fantastic in the photographs used for the advertising, more buyers will be enticed to inspect your home.
  2. Once they are there, great presentation will help them feel good about your property and enable them to imagine themselves living there – hence increasing their interest in buying it.

The first thing you need is an objective opinion about what needs to be done. Your agent’s advice is invaluable because they’ll be able to compare the presentation of your property with others on the market. Don’t take any of the feedback personally – the agent is only trying to maximise the sale price.

We welcome you to take advantage of our experience and expertise to guide you on what you should consider, and be sure to seek our advice well before the campaign is due to commence.

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