Getting Your Property Ready for Selling

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First impressions are crucial – if buyers don’t like the outside, most likely they won’t look inside. keep the garden neat and tidy and plant some colorful plants, tidy and de-clutter your garage/carport/workshop, repair fencing where necessary and patch and paint eaves and gutters.

Set the scene

You may want to hire furniture to create the look you desire. This is a great way to transform your home and give it extra appeal and wow factor.


Light makes rooms look more spacious, open all window furnishings and replace dead light globes and consider using some high output globes.

Fresh Air

Nothing smells better – on warm days, open windows and blinds and ensure there are no pet odours. Make sure your pets are out of the way on open house days and private inspections.


Bathrooms and kitchens are always a focus so ensure that they are sparkling.
Clean grout or sealant where required and remove laundry where applicable.


Paint is your best investment as it makes the whole house smell clean and look neat.
A general clean up (sticky tape, tacks, washing walls etc) and minor repairs may suffice.

Notice: This general advice may not be relevant to you. You cannot rely on the legal aspects and request you seek your own independent advice to make an informed decision.   

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