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3 Tips for Making Your Rooms More Appealing

3 Tips for Making Your Rooms More Appealing

The housing market is volatile, and selling a home can be relatively quick or lengthy, depending on certain factors. The market and national economy will affect prices and buying/selling power, as well as significant events like a global pandemic. However, most things that can impact the market are temporary, and you can use the time to make your rooms more appealing as you wait for a sale.

Upon deciding to sell your home, you will undoubtedly begin to notice areas that need improvement.  Improving the look of a home is one of the best ways to increase sale potential. Home improvement might be an initial expense, but it pays off in the long term. Any improvements add to your property’s value, and less work for the buyer means a quicker potential sale.

Emphasise the Things the Room is Used For

You should aim to give a buyer the feeling of what it would be like to use a specific room in your house. For example, the kitchen is the most viewed room of a home as it’s where families tend to spend a lot of time. Emphasising kitchen usage will help a buyer envision themselves there. Placing kitchen utensils, coffee machines, and fresh baking bread will help a kitchen feel like home.

Next to the kitchen, the second-most viewed room of a home is usually the bedroom. Buying quality linens and replacing the bed frames and/or mattresses will help a bedroom along. Many reputable bed shops now stock hotel-quality bedroom products that will make your bedroom look more inviting and cosy.   

Consider a Professional Staging

A common technique for increasing sales potential is by using a professional stager. Of course, you can stage a home yourself, but you won’t maximise the room’s potential unless you understand how to do it well. Stagers are skilled in not only emphasising a room’s features but making them look inviting by making the most of natural light and space tricks.

The job of a stager is to essentially help your rooms appear as though they are magazine worthy. A stager’s skills with light and space help with viewings and photographs for agency websites and brochures. Home staging is potentially expensive, but the results are widely considered to be well worth the money.

Decorate or Renovate

First impressions are everything when it comes to selling a property. One of the most powerful things that you can do is decorate and/or renovate. Buyers assess the quality of a home by initial impressions and appearances rather than in-depth inspection. Making your home more presentable goes a long way in helping with a sale.

You can begin with superficial issues such as plastering, paintwork and wallpaper – all of which make a home look instantly better. Further, you should improve more problematic aspects of the property such as lighting and electrics, doors, carpeting and flooring. Exterior features like guttering, windows and landscaping should also be considered.

Selling a house can be challenging, but the more effort you are willing to put in, the better the results you can expect. Buyers want to know that they are buying a quality product and need to see themselves in the home. Small but powerful tricks to helping along a sale include emphasising what a room is used for, staging and home improvements.


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