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Recent Buying Selling Lifestyle Investor Tenants

Summer Selling Tips

Written by Sarah Newton
If you are selling your house in summer we have a few tips and tricks to get you ready.

Look after the garden
Keeping your grass area or garden looking fresh can change the whole look of your outside areas. A well-kept outdoor area can make a huge difference in the sale of your property, so keeping it neat and tidy is a great way to attract potential buyers.

Take advantage of the natural light
Open your windows and doors to let the sun rays beam in and light up your property. This will also allow the fresh air in and will make all your rooms feel more spacious.

Keep it cool
No one likes feeling hot and sticky, so on a hot day try to keep the property as cool as possible. Remember first impressions count and you don’t want your potential buyers to be feeling uncomfortable. Turn your air conditioning on, or the fans or even just open as many windows and doors as you can to let the air in.

Clean and declutter
Keeping the property clean for inspections will invite potential buyers in rather than turn them away. Get rid of anything laying around and clean the property to look its best.

Talk to your real estate agent
Overall, no one can give you better advice than your real estate agent. They will know what the market is like in your area and what people are looking for this summer.

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